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Attitudes and Values (Formal and Informal Education)

I have recently enjoyed, hated, cringed, laughed and had to remove many a lump from my throat whilst watching the channel 4 series “Educating Yorkshire”.  I often found myself rewritting the education system whilst reminiscing about days when life was … Continue reading

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Youth Work in Education, The Report.

I spoke a while ago about youth work in schools and since then have been progressively more engaged with the concept of youth work in secondary schools. Today sees the launch of the National Youth Agency’s final report for the … Continue reading

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Youth Work in Schools, is it the way forward?

In the past there has been a tendency for people to pitch youth work and schooling against each other in an attempt to say one is better than the other, a way of thinking that quite frankly infuriates me. One … Continue reading

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