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Examines early intervention policy across the UK and discusses a number of promising practice initiatives which have been designed to strengthen and support vulnerable families.
For over a decade this concise and authoritative field guide to an exceptional natural laboratory has been an essential companion for all those visiting Iceland to observe the Earth in action. It has been thoroughly revised to reflect the latest events and scientific understanding.
By Con Gillen
A thoroughly revised new edition, now profusely illustrated in colour, with many photographs, maps and diagrams, and complete with an extensive glossary, Geology and landscapes of Scotland is for the many readers fascinated by one of the most geologically intriguing and scenically beautiful parts of the world.
In a dynamic treatment of planets of the Solar System from a unified perspective Planetary Geology deals with the origin of planetary bodies, the forces that fashion their surfaces, the rise and fall of icecaps and oceans, and the role of life in planetary history.
The ideal school leader is often portrayed heroically, as someone who is able to drive forward an agenda of change and improvement, whatever the challenges. Yet, the experience of school leadership is more complex. School leaders often find gaps between their aspirations and the tensions and moral uncertainties of the...
Professor Buswell describes the elements that together form Mallorca's contemporary landscape. Well-illustrated with maps and photographs, this book should be read by all who are inquisitive about what they see around them when they visit the island.
Depicting Scottish drugs policy and practice over a thirty year period to 2011 the authors show how modern drugs policy evolved in a small country with liberal traditions and the highest rates of substance use problems in Europe.