Frederick George Lennhoff (1960) Exceptional children: residential treatment of emotionally disturbed boys at Shotton Hall London: George Allen & Unwin F G Lennhoff’s account of his work with maladjusted boys at Shotton Hall gained a favourable review from Probation Journal (Fees, 2008). An educational psychologist, he had been inspired by August Aichhorn (1925), and also … Read more
A journey of one thousand steps starts with just one
A study of the effectiveness of an observation and assessment centre
May 6 is National Residential Education Day
The growth of CORE reflects the development of RE.
The Key Texts are the classics from the past, which helped to shape today’s services. Some are books, some are research reports, some are papers or chapters in books and one is a Government policy document. We have selected a score of texts, and are offering a “digested read”. They are being published at a … Read more
The Application of the Youth Aliyah Model on a Nationwide Scale.
A mixture of news items, events, comments and whimsies, including National Citizen’s Service, crime and the causes of crime, dealing with young offenders, labelling, computer software for teachers, compulsory cooking, the cycle of deprivation, computer-generated back pain, meningitis, and babies’ skin. National Citizens’ Service David Cameron has apparently been proposing that young people should do … Read more
When the Editor of the web magazine asked me to do an article about what I actually did on a daily basis I started to go into panic mode, not because I do not know what I am doing (although some of the staff that work for me might say otherwise) but after many years … Read more