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Gibb, A L (2017) How do Nurture Group practitioners make sense of their relationship with the Nurture Group child? Other thesis, University of Essex and Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust.

Gore, Helen (2016) "Working together...it doesn't go far enough actually for what the relationship becomes" - An IPA study exploring the experiences of primary school SENCOs working with parents/carers through the EHCP process. Other thesis, University of Essex and Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust.

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Roehr, K (2012) 'The Springboard to Languages evaluation project: a summary report.' In: Tellier, A, (ed.) Esperanto as a starter language for child second-language learners in the primary school. Esperanto UK, 23 - 34. ISBN 9780902756335

Roehr, K (2012) 'Theoretical foundations.' In: Tellier, A, (ed.) Esperanto as a starter language for child second-language learners in the primary school. Esperanto UK, 19 - 22. ISBN 9780902756335

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Sutcliffe, Andrew (2015) “They seem to have grown taller” An exploratory and explanatory grounded theory of the impact of using person centred annual reviews in primary schools, derived from the views of the SENCos who led them. Other thesis, University of Essex and Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust.

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Tellier, A (2012) Esperanto as a starter language for child second-language learners in the primary school. Esperanto UK. ISBN 9780902756335

Tellier, A and Roehr-Brackin, K (2013) The Development of Language Learning Aptitude and Metalinguistic Awareness in Primary-School Children: A Classroom Study. UNSPECIFIED. Essex Research Reports in Linguistics, University of Essex, Colchester, UK.

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Willis, Allan P (2017) An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of teaching assistants’ experiences of forming relationships with pupils who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder in mainstream primary schools. Other thesis, University of Essex and Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust.

Wood, Carly and Hall, Katie (2015) 'Physical education or playtime: which is more effective at promoting physical activity in primary school children?' BMC Research Notes, 8 (1). ISSN 1756-0500

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