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Childhood Well-being and Resilience
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List of abbreviations List of Contributors Introduction ZETA WILLIAMS-BROWN AND SARAH MANDER Section 1: Defining well-being and resilience in education
  1. Understanding the concept of child well-being: domains, dimensions and discourses
  2. ALYSON LEWIS
  3. The concept of resilience and implications for interventions in schools
  4. LYDIA LEWIS, EMMA ORMEROD AND KATHRYN ECCELSTONE
  5. Well-being, Mental Health and the Student Population
  6. SARAH MANDER
  7. Listening to children: the rights of the child
  8. HELEN LYNDON Section 2 The role of children and young people in their own well-being and resilience
  9. What does resilience mean to children?
  10. ZETA WILLIAMS-BROWN, JAYNE DALY, MICHAEL JOPLING AND ANDREW ASTON
  11. The importance of positive peer relationships for child well-being and resilience
  12. ALISON WREN
  13. Mental Health in Digital Lives
  14. GAVIN RHOADES, JOHN OWEN AND BILL MYERS. Section 3: Examples of practice interventions that support children and young people's well-being and resilience
  15. Well-being and outdoor learning
    GARY BEAUCHAMP, SUSAN DAVIS, CHANTELLE HAUGHTON, CHERYL ELLIS, DYLAN ADAMS, SIAN SARWAR, SANDRA DUMITRESCU AND JACKIE TYRIE.
  16. The role of mindfulness in supporting well-being in young children
  17. CHRIS LUDLOW
  18. Education and Social Work working collaboratively to support vulnerable families: benefits and tensions
  19. MICHAEL JOPLING AND SHARON VINCENT
  20. Solution Focused Resilience Work: from the fantastical to the real
    DEAN-DAVID HOLYOAKE
  21. Section 4: Societal and cultural influences upon children's and young people's well-being and resilience
  22. The Flourishing Practitioner
  23. ZENNA KINGDON
  24. Developing a resilient nation. Devolution and the Welsh approach to enhancing well-being
  25. CAROLINE LEWIS
  26. Well-being as a right: Challenging the role of educational professionals in supporting children in Italian schools
  27. ELISABETTA BIFFI, CHRISTINA PALMIERI, AND MARIA BENEDETTA GAMBACORTI-PASSERINI
  28. The role of the kindergarten in children's well-being and resilience: the case of Norway
Maria Dardanou and Eirin Gamst-Nergard Conclusion

About the Author

Zeta Williams-Brown is a Reader in Education for Social Justice at the University of Wolverhampton. She is leader of the Childhood, Youth and Families Research and Scholarship group for the Education Observatory. She is an executive member and currently Chair of the British Education Studies Association (BESA). Sarah Mander is a Staff Tutor and Lecturer for The Open University. She has 20 years of practice experience in working with children, young people and their families across private, statutory and voluntary sectors. Sarah is currently studying for her Doctoral award and is researching Early Help workforce competencies.

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