IJBPE - Vol 10 Issue 2


Supporting parents during the international cost-of-living crisis
Alexandra Sewell, Co-editor


An introduction to the challenges Tanzanian schools face when tackling disruption to learning for vulnerable pupils during the cost-of-living crisis
Stuart Busby PhD student, University of Exeter, UK

How can early years practitioners support the care of young children living in poverty?
Mandy Duncan, Deputy Head of School (Research), School of Education, University of Worcester, UK

Supporting parents with empathy and compassion
Angela Hodgkins: Senior Lecturer, University of Worcester, UK, James Boddey: Director, Busy Bodies Childcare Ltd, UK

A matter of choice? The implications of relaxed ratios in early years provision
Joanne Smith Senior Lecturer in Education and Inclusion, Owner of a Private Day Nursery 

Traumatic cycles: Perinatal experiences of homeless women
Anna CT Gordon, EBI Clinical Primer, Caroline Mitchell:General Practitioner and Senior Clinical Lecturer

Interactions between parents and their environment: Implications for the emergence and development of parenting self-efficacy
Hannah Morgan, Child, Community & Educational Psychologist

Triple P for Baby: Parenting support across the perinatal period
Alina Morawska,  Associate Professor, Michael Herd: Psychologist and Deputy Head of Training, Caitlin Jackson: Program and Evidence Support Officer

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