Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes

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Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes. / Berridge, D; Biehal, N; Lutman, E; Henry, L; Palomares, M.

9 p. London : Department for Education. 2011. (Research Brief; Vol. DFE-RB148).

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Berridge, D, Biehal, N, Lutman, E, Henry, L & Palomares, M 2011, Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes. Department for Education, London. <http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/PedagogySum.pdf>

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Berridge, D., Biehal, N., Lutman, E., Henry, L., & Palomares, M. (2011). Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes. Department for Education. http://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/PedagogySum.pdf

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Berridge D, Biehal N, Lutman E, Henry L, Palomares M. Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes. 2011. 9 p.

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Berridge, D ; Biehal, N ; Lutman, E ; Henry, L ; Palomares, M. / Raising the bar? Evaluation of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme in residential children's homes. 2011. London : Department for Education. 9 p. (Research Brief).

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