They’re One of Ours; Hold Them Close to Your Heart

@LeadingLearner

I’ve sometimes used the expression, “They’re ones of ours”, when talking to staff about the admission of a child who is in difficulty or in a difficult situation.  They are the ones who will need the greatest care and most attention if they are to successfully join the school and begin to thrive.

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