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By Rev. W. Awdry

Illus. in complete colour. simply 50 phrases inform how Thomas the Tank Engine races Gordon, a massive engine, to work out who can get to the opposite aspect of the hill first. integrated is a web page of cut-out mini studying cards--one for every notice within the story.  

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Maltreated children tend to be less securely attached, which can result in difficulties in forming relationships with siblings, peers, intimate partners and in parenting their own children in turn (Browne and Hamilton 2003). Practitioners may find themselves dealing with uncertainty and anxiety about whether or not they are applying ethnocentric `middleclass' values to their assessment of parenting ability, especially where parents are struggling with poverty and hardship. As Taylor et al.

NSCAN (National Safeguarding Children Association for Nurses) (2006) Professional Core Competencies for Nurses Specialising in Safeguarding Children. Huddersfield, NSCAN. Welsh Assembly Government (2005) National Service Framework for Children, Young People and Maternity Services. Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government. chapter two WHY EVERY CHILD MATTERS Introduction Children in the United Kingdom Family size and structure Children and young people's well-being in the twenty-first century Contemporary childhood The oppression of children Children's rights Children's Commissioners The `child friendly healthcare initiative' Consent Parenting Parental responsibility Discipline and corporal punishment Positive parenting Conclusion Messages for practice Recommended reading Learning outcomes This chapter will help you to: .

In some areas, such as the South West peninsula, the proportion of those less than 20 years of age is under 23%. The ratio of males to females is noted to be fairly consistent at 105 males to 100 females. The ONS report (2004) records an increase in the number of children from ethnic minorities from 9% of the total child population in 1992 to 10% in 2000. Of these, the largest group are those from Indian and Pakistani groups and the smallest group those from China. The Black-African group had the largest proportional increase in average growth from 1998±2000.

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