What helps children in a Pupil Referral Unit? An exploration into the potential protective factors of a PRU as identified by children and staff.
Prof Doc Thesis
Hart, Natalie 2010. What helps children in a Pupil Referral Unit? An exploration into the potential protective factors of a PRU as identified by children and staff. Prof Doc Thesis University of East London
|Type||Prof Doc Thesis|
A number of studies have focused on the views of excluded children or those finding themselves in Pupil Referral Units. Few studies, however, have focused on exploring views from a resilience perspective. Studies linked to resilience have tended to focus on exploring factors through quantitative rather than qualitative measures. This qualitative piece of ‘real world’ research, adopting a resilience perspective, aimed to explore the potential protective factors of a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) through the valuable voices of children and staff based in one PRU in the UK.
|Keywords||excluded children; Pupil Referral Units; resilience|
|Web address (URL)||http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1297|
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|Deposited||11 May 2011|
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