Tutoring won't work for traumatised pupils, DfE warned

“An attachment- and trauma-aware response in school, as articulated in the ‘Call to Action’, is impactful for all children. There are demonstrable benefits with the limited costs of implementation. It offers more cost-effective holistic benefits than single-subject tuition can achieve alone.”

ARC’s Call to Action is made up of seven recommendations, including that Department for Education advice on mental health and behaviour in schools should be revised to ensure that all schools have “teaching, pastoral care and behaviour management policies which take account of the emotional, developmental and relationship needs of all children, including those with unmet attachment needs and trauma”.

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