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Rodrigues, Raquel; Amorim, José Pedro; Neves, Tiago – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
In line with the European Union recommendations, Portugal has developed several programs and policies aimed at preventing and reducing school failure and school dropout. This paper focuses on a community intervention project on the social and educational inclusion of children and young people from social housing estates. A 'School Support'…
Descriptors: Dropout Prevention, Foreign Countries, Social Discrimination, Public Housing
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Templeton, Fiona; McGlade, Anne; Fitzsimons, Lelia – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
In terms of data, young people who have been adopted are an invisible population in Northern Ireland schools. With increasing knowledge of the impact of being an adoptee and adverse childhood experiences, and greater understanding of the importance of attachment, more research into the school experience of adopted young people is necessary. This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Adolescents, Young Adults, Adoption
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Harrison, Tom – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
Online risks and harms, including cyber-bullying, trolling, revenge porn and digital harassment, are an everyday reality in many young people's lives. Educators are increasingly being called upon to address these concerns but are not adequately equipped to do so. In this article the case is made for a new educational model for cyber-flourishing.…
Descriptors: Internet, Models, Risk, Student Behavior
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Waite, Michael; Atkinson, Cathy; Oldfield, Jeremy – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
There is a growing policy focus on children and young people's mental health. The United Kingdom (UK) government has positioned schools as being well-placed to identify children and young people's mental health needs and to provide appropriate intervention. At the same time, school staff report a lack of skills, knowledge and systems to support…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Child Health, Mental Health, Secondary School Students
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Wignall, Alice; Kelly, C.; Grace, P. – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
The prevalence of mental health and emotional well-being difficulties in children is increasing, and schools play a key role in addressing this. Whole-school approaches have been suggested as an effective way of supporting children's mental health and well-being; however, there appears to be no consistent approach to their evaluation, and…
Descriptors: School Activities, Mental Health Programs, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods
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Rice O'Toole, A.; Soan, Sue – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
This paper reports on key findings from a mixed method study analysing how teachers in secondary schools (students aged 11-19) in London and South East England view and experience pastoral care provided to students with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs. In England there is statistical evidence which shows schools are increasingly…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Psychological Needs, Mental Health
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Droscher, Hannah; Van Den Hout, Bernadette; Hughes, Leila; Evans, Helen; Banerjee, Robin; Hayward, Mark – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
This paper describes effects on wellbeing as well as logistical difficulties of implementing regular Quiet Time (QT) via Transcendental Meditation (TM) among mainstream secondary school pupils with special educational needs, age 12--16 measured via a pilot Randomised Control Trial (RCT). Participants were recruited from three mainstreams and one…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Special Needs Students, Well Being, Metacognition
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Clarke, Tania; McLellan, Ros – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
Internationally, research documents a link between children's creative engagement in Arts and their experiences of positive wellbeing. Yet this is at odds with both the provision of Arts curricula in England's education system (which continues to decline including substantial cuts to resources and staff), and longitudinal research reporting a…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, High School Students, Well Being, Theater Arts
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Stapleton, Catherine – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
Globalisation, migration, socio-political shifts, and access to the internet are increasing the religious and belief diversity of Irish society. This flux presents challenges for young people who are endeavouring to establish a secure identity. The focus of this research was to understand how the identity development of post-primary students of…
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Religious Education, Secondary School Students, Constructivism (Learning)
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Samnøy, Solrun; Thurston, Miranda; Wold, Bente; Jenssen, Eirik Sørnes; Tjomsland, Hege Eikeland – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
Little is known about the role of teachers in fostering wellbeing in the everyday context of school life. This paper explores the phenomenon among a sample of Norwegian teachers. Focus groups with 23 teachers in four schools (grades 1-10) in Norway were conducted. In the analysis of the findings three themes were developed: 1) fostering student…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Role, Role Perception
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O'Connor, Matt – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
There is considerable need to understand the current impact of COVID-19 on young people, particularly with regard to widespread global school closures and remote learning. This research provides an overview of school counselling use during a 5-week (April-May, 2020) remote learning (learning from home) for an Australia Prep to Grade 12 school,…
Descriptors: School Counseling, School Counselors, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Hart, Tania; O'Reilly, Michelle – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
Despite evidence identifying bullying as leading to severe distress, few studies have focused on bullied adolescents with existing mental health conditions. With increasing prevalence rates, it is necessary to understand how these adolescents can be better safeguarded. To address the issue, this study reports the rarely conveyed viewpoints of…
Descriptors: Bullying, Adolescents, Mental Disorders, Parent Attitudes
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Moen, Melanie – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
The aim of the study was to determine from teachers' unique perspectives, the types of adversities young South African children are exposed to. The sample consisted of 135 primary school, foundation phase teachers from six different provinces. The data were collected by using an adversity checklist which also included an open-ended question. An…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Trauma
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Long, Eleanor – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
It is estimated that trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) such as exposure to violence, abuse and neglect affect approximately a third of school-aged children in England and Wales. There is strong and growing evidence for the devastating impact of trauma across the lifespan, with psychological and biological effects indicated by…
Descriptors: Caring, Foreign Countries, Trauma, Schools
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Spears, Barbara A.; Green, Deborah M. – Pastoral Care in Education, 2022
The social and emotional wellbeing of all students, regardless of setting, is recognised as a fundamental requirement for successful learning and social development. The COVID-19 pandemic of the past two years has witnessed disruptions to teaching and learning and peer relationship development for students. Societies have been in lockdown;…
Descriptors: Student Welfare, School Closing, Peer Relationship, Caring
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