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Seven pieces to build the resilience jigsaw: Control

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  • 25 Mar 2021
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early years
Jigsaw

Seven pieces to build the resilience jigsaw: Control

This is one of a series of additional resources to nasen’s Resilience Development Pack which can be used to support you as a parent, carer or professional working with young children to boost children’s resilience through everyday activities. This resource is all about CONTROL and its importance in the resilience jigsaw.

Suitable for: A parent/carer, Early Years Practitioner, SENCO

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