The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children Towards Inclusion and Educational Achievement

by Christine O"Hanlon

Publisher: Trentham Books

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Organization & management of education,
  • Social groups & communities,
  • Teaching of specific groups,
  • General,
  • Home Schooling,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12040533M
ISBN 101858562694
ISBN 109781858562698

  Gypsies have a shared common history, language and oral literature 4 and share with Travellers beliefs about the centrality of the family as a social structure, nomadism and ideals of purity which influence hygiene in daily life and behaviour towards the opposite sex. 13, 16 A component of the Gypsy–Traveller identity is a strong awareness of Cited by: 9. The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children. towards inclusion and educational achievement The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children towards inclusion and educational achievement Christine OHanlon and Pat Holmes. Trentham Books Stoke on Trent, UK and Sterling, USA. Trentham Books Limited Westview House Quicksilver Drive London Road Sterling . NATT+ Resources and Information. NATT+ became inactive on 31st October , and the NATT+ website followed in July However, the Facebook Group is still active, and you can interact and keep in touch by following the link on the right.   This is an academic reflective report I completed for the Education Studies part of my joint honours degree. It focuses on the educational inequalities faced in the United Kingdom by those with different genders, members of the Irish Traveller and Roma Gypsy ethnicity, and those from the working class.

The paper 'The Importance of the Inclusion of Traveller Pupils" states that nowadays many experts agree that it is time to develop a new strategic vision and StudentShare Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a matter of giving an example of the work to be done. Bibliography for ED Cultural Diversity in Education BETA. Back to list. Export () Teaching traveller children: maximising learning outcomes. Stoke on Trent, UK: Trentham Books. Danaher, P. A. and Kenny, M. () Traveller, nomadic and migrant () Gypsy traveller students in secondary schools: culture, identity and. This chapter explores the experiences of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children in London, England (UK). It examines how good practice measures exist in schools and can work for the inclusion of GRT groups, who remain marginalised in education. The chapter argues that whilst GRT groups in England remain marginalised, this situation may be similar to other GRT Author: Kalwant Bhopal.   Reader educational psychologist. Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UK. Search for more papers by this author. Book Author(s): Anthony Feiler. Reader educational psychologist. Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UK. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 10 January

bus stop become a circus The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children Towards Inclusion and Educational Achievement, Christine O'Hanlon, Pat Holmes, Jan 1, , Education, pages. This text is for teachers who teach or plan to teach traveller children. It sets out what teachers, traveller advisors and other professionals need to know about. Hosted by Lord Young of Norwood Green, the report entitled A Good Practice guide for improving outcomes for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children in education outlines three years of research, case studies, and good practice, as compiled by the Traveller Movement education and advocacy team. The event also provides an opportunity to hear from. Abstract. The internet is assumed to play a special role in UK home-education and has apparently fuelled an increase its prevalence. This paper reports the place and purpose of the internet, online networks and offline communities in the decision to home-educate amongst parents in England, Scotland and Wales. Their work was funded by the Nuffield Foundation and documents the educational experience of 44 Gypsy Travellers in secondary schools since They find that although there have been improvements, the school system could not be said to have made huge strides in the inclusion of children from the Gypsy Traveller community.

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[Christine O'Hanlon; Pat Holmes]. This text is for teachers who teach or plan to teach traveller children. It sets out what teachers, traveller advisors and other professionals need to know about traveller culture, values, lifestyle, economic experience and learning, and relates this information to the educational issues arising from travellers' learning requirements.

The authors use their experience and research to. The education of Gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. [Christine O'Hanlon; Pat Holmes] -- For teachers of traveller children, this text sets out what teachers, traveller advisors and other professionals need to know about traveller culture, values, lifestyle, economic experience and.

The education of gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. Stoke on Trent, UK and Sterling USA: Trentham Books. (ISBN 1 4) [Book review]. Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development, 4 (3). ISSN Author: Patrick Alan Danaher, Emilio A. Anteliz, Phyllida Coombes.

Raising the achievement of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children is the responsibility of everyone within the education system and a significant measure of the effectiveness of policies to combat educational and social exclusion.

Ofsted1 has reported that Gypsy, Roma & Traveller pupils, have the lowest results of any ethnic minority groupFile Size: KB. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children: Towards Inclusion and Educational Achievement by Christine O'Hanlon, Pat Holmes (Paperback, ) at the best online prices at eBay.

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O'Hanlon, Christine; Holmes, Pat. This text is for teachers who teach or plan to teach traveller children. It sets out what teachers, traveller advisors and other professionals need to.

The education of Gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement By: Holmes, Pat, O and there is guidance on providing equal educational opportunity to traveller children in light of the discrimination and hostility they face.

Educational Equality for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Children and Young People in the UK Brian Foster and Peter Norton1 The UK has a strong tradition of equality in education dating back to the Educa-tion Act. Laws such as the Race Relations (Amendment) Actthe Human Rights Act and the Equality Act not onlyFile Size: KB.

Foster, B. and Norton, P. () ‘Educational equality for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children and young people in the UK’, The Equal Rights Review, 8, 85– Google Scholar Gillborn, D. () Racism and Anti-Racism in Real Schools, Milton Keynes, Open University by: 2. The education of gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement.

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Type Book Author(s) Christine O'Hanlon, Pat Holmes Date Publisher Trentham Pub place Stoke-on-Trent ISBN ISBN Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education. Library availability. View in catalogue Find other. In March West Sussex County Council (Ethnic Minority Achievement Service) funded a research project to examine barriers to educational inclusion for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children.

Examined the educational exclusion and inclusion of Gypsy Traveller students, exploring how some Scottish schools responded to Traveller student culture and how this led to : Kate D'arcy. Table 4: Estimated financial resources expended on Traveller education above and 18 beyond expenditure on mainstream education, / - /05 Table 5: Mean achievement scores for members of the Traveller and settled 38 communities, by school class 2 Report and Recommendations for a Traveller Education StrategyFile Size: KB.

In seeking to explore diversity, equality and achievement in education this book begins, in Chapter 1, by discussing how our own understanding about ourselves, our own identities, values, attitudes and beliefs can impact on how we approach notions of diversity and, how those understanding then translate into our professional practice.

O’Hanlon, C., and Holmes, P. () The education of Gypsy and Traveller children: Towards inclusion and educational achievement. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books. Google ScholarAuthor: Geetha Marcus. Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) pupils are among the lowest achieving groups of pupils at every key stage of education, although some GRT pupils achieve very well at are many complex.

Bibliography for PDT Issues of equality in educational Pat (a) The education of gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement.

Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham. O’Hanlon, Christine and Holmes, Pat (b) The education of Gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. Just so with The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children. The authors are well-placed to explore the issues and aspirations constituting the book’s subtitle’s focus on “towards inclusion and educational achievement”.

Christine O’Hanlon is an experienced teacher educator who works with current and prospective teachers to. O'Hanlon, C. and Homes, P. () The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children: Towards Inclusion and Educational Achievement. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

OFSTED (a) Recent Research on the Achievements of Ethnic Minority Pupils. Sonia Nieto makes student learning the primary objective of multicultural education.

Going beyond curriculum integration, she draws on a host of research The education of gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. O'Hanlon, C. & Holmes, P.(). The education of gypsy and traveller children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. Stoke on Trent, UK and Sterling USA: Trentham Books.

(ISBN 1 4) [Book review]. World yearbook of education: supporting inclusion in education systems, Inclusive education - Daniels, Harry, Garner, Philip, Book Making the ordinary school special - Dessent, Tony, Book The inclusion of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children and young people - Great Britain, Book.

References. Cemlyn S and Ryder A () ‘Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Communities’, in Peterson A, Hattam R, Zembylas M and Arthur J (eds) The Palgrave International Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Social Justice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Derrington C and Kendall S () Gypsy traveller students in secondary schools: culture.

The Education of Gypsy and Traveller Children: towards inclusion and educational achievement. By Christine O'Hanlon and Pat Holmes. Trentham Books pound; It's difficult to think of a minority group more marginalised, maligned and misunderstood than Travellers.

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Links to resources to help you carry out your research into the representation of gypsies and travellers. Table of contents for Improving Schools, 8, 1, Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to .6 7 Derived from table in Office for National Statistics ().

8 Education Provision for Gypsy and Traveller Children, ref. 4RP//98, DfEE. 9 For a discussion of the demographic issues concerned, see Taylor(). 10 Demack et al() found that Chinese pupils were the most likely of all ethnic groups to attend independent schools: more than twice as likely to attend as File Size: KB.Gypsies and Travellers: Empowerment and inclusion in British society will be of interest to students, academics, policy makers, practitioners, those working in the media, police, education and health services, and of course to Gypsies and Travellers eviction at Dale Farm in the UK in brought the conflicting issues relating.