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School Years Developmental Journal

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School Years Developmental Journal. / Mengoni, Silvana; Oates, John.

National Children's Bureau: London. 2013, Resource.

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Mengoni, Silvana ; Oates, John. / School Years Developmental Journal. 2013. National Children's Bureau: London.

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title = "School Years Developmental Journal",
abstract = "The School Years Developmental Journal is designed to help parents, young people, teachers and other practitioners record, celebrate and support learning and development. It also helps everyone to share information, supporting a key working approach.Young people may like to make the Journal their own when they reach an age where this is appropriate.The Journal is particularly useful if a child or young person has an additional need or disability. The School Years Developmental Journal follows on from the Early Years Developmental Journal and includes behaviours that most typically developing children and young people show during their time at school and beyond, i.e. from when they are aged five to 18 years and above.",
author = "Silvana Mengoni and John Oates",
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