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# This document offers clear guidance on the planning and delivery of Religious Education to take account of new social imperatives and curriculum change.
# Progress report on the Single Equality Scheme (SES) published in December 2007.
# This guidance, published by the DCSF in 2009, is aimed at practitioners working across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The guidance materials, which consist of a booklet and a DVD-ROM, encourage reflection on the quality of the provision made in EY settings for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children and their families.
# A set of National Strategy guidance materials to support teachers in promoting the progress and achievement of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils and in meeting their statutory duties in terms of the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000.
# This report provides an overview of recent research that explores the impact of deprivation on educational outcomes.
# Guidance document relating to recording and reporting racist incidents in schools.
# DCSF research digest of study looking at perceptions of behaviour and patterns of exclusion - Gypsy and Traveller pupils.
# A free booklet and accompanying DVD published by the DCSF (National Strategies) containing three case studies of primary schools describing good practice in supporting the learning of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils.
This short booklet available on-line contains advice and information for teachers, schools, Local Authorities and parents/carers of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children.
# The Children's Plan published in 2007 set out the work of the Department for Children, Schools and the Family for the next ten years. A review of progress is expected to be published in 2008.
# In response to a high level of pupil mobility and increased migration, the DCSF has produced guidance to support both primary and secondary schools in welcoming new arrivals and teaching them successfully.
Guidance to support senior school leaders in raising the achievement of Black pupils through self-evaluation and targeted action.
# Guidance and practical solutions for local authorities and schools on the inclusion of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children and young people.
# Report of a study looking at associations between the outcomes of the admissions process and socioeconomic status.
# Guidance on how schools and Traveller Educations Support Services can work collaboratively to help raise the attianment of Traveller pupils.
Report of an evaluation of Sure Start which revealed that the programme has proved a 'very serious policy failure' and a 'substantial wasted opportunity for black and minority ethnic families.
# Guidance document for Early Years and Foundation Stage practitioners. Highly recommended for introducing student teachers/trainees to working with young bilingual children.
# DCSF Statistical First Release data on pupil ethnicity and first language Jan 2007
Report setting out the findings of the Teacher Status Project at University of Cambridge. It summarises the views of African Caribbean, Bangladeshi, Indian and Pakistani teachers.
Maud Blair's position paper on race equality in schools which she presented to the DfES Priority Review Group on the continuing over representation of black boys in exclusions from school.
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