Breakout Session 4: Pupil MobilityThis workshop showcased examples of good practice in implementing the duties through effectively understanding and meeting the needs of our highly mobile pupils. Each presenter focused on an example of good practice around a specific duty in one of the areas, for example, well-being, indicating how that relates to meeting their duties in the other areas. What has worked and possible future challenges were highlighted and discussed.
Contributors to this workshop included: Lisa Doyle, Research Manager, Refugee Council; Sarah Lewis, Team leader Education & Well-being, Department for Children, Families and Schools; Lucy Beckett, Oxfordshire Traveller Education Service; and Dina Mehmedbegovic, London Education Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London. The workshop was chaired by Mano Candappa, CRESJ, Institute of Education, University of London
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Asylum Seekers and Refugees by Lisa Doyle, Research Manager, Refugee Council
Looked-After Children by Sarah Lewis, Team Leader, Education and Well-being, Department for Children, Families and Schools
Does Every Traveller Child Really Matter? by Lucy Beckett, Headteacher, Head of the Advisory Service for the Education of Travellers (ASET), Oxfordshire Traveller Education Service
Linguistic Diversity and Pupils' Well Being by Dina Mehmedbegovic, Research Officer, London Education Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London