Developing trauma-informed practices in inner London schools - the iTIPS Pilot (2020)
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During 2017-8, five Islington primary schools, the pupil referral unit (PRU), local authority and NHS, working in partnership, implemented a pilot aiming to embed trauma-informed practice in schools. The pilot – termed iTIPS (Islington trauma-informed practices in schools) - was one response to rising concern about many of Islington’s most vulnerable young people at risk, of and from, violence.
This resource, produced in partnership with iTIPS, explores the iTIPS approach - its findings, challenges and next steps. Research in Practice is especially grateful to Helen Cameron, Vicki Maybin and Jason Strelitz for their help with putting together this open access resource.