Working with Children, Young People and Families
A course book for Foundation Degrees
- Billie Oliver - University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
- Bob Pitt - University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
This book is an ideal reader for our Working with Children and Families course - covers all the essentials in enough breadth and depth without sending them to different disciplines shelves in the library.
Excellent links to the working with families unit exploring the importance of multi agency working, the role of the practitioner when working with families, with a particularly useful chapter on the lifecourse.
Speaks to the philosophy of our course, a great little beginner
Didn't match with the aims of my module enough to be adopted, but I do think it is a very good text.
very useful and accessibly written with helpful exercises that students enjoyed.
A very useful resource as we have a module entitled Chidren and Families on the Foundation Degree in EArly Years. This books covers many of the learning ourtcomes of the course.
An excellent resource for students who are currently working in the field of supporting and educating parents.
Helpful stratagies to support parents to work with and engage with their children.
This book combines a starting reading point for the majority of core modules and provides the motivation for continued in depth reading on the subject areas.
Learners studying at foundation degree level or level three work with parents will find this a valuable resource. Some valid points and concepts discussed.
A great text that will supplement learners resources when completing assignments. Well laid out and easy to find what you need depending on area being addressed.