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Louise Jackson

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Louise Jackson is a teacher, trainer and author, who has worked in a range of schools and early years settings with children aged 2 – 11 years. Alongside her independent work, Louise currently works as Deputy Head/Senior Leader at St Lawrence’s primary school and nursery. 

As well as her work in the classroom, Louise has also worked in special education on a range of social care projects, and been involved with a number of charities. She has also worked with Children’s Services as a Senior Advisor for Early Years at Herefordshire Local Authority, and independently as an early years consultant - developing training, and leading on national projects. During her career, she has written a number of books including 'Cultivating Resilience in Early Childhood'. and helped produce over 500 videos that are used to train educators about child development from birth to five. 

When studying at the Centre for Research into Early Childhood (CREC), Louise carried out a research project which focused on mental health in early childhood, challenging perceptions, and changing the responses of adults when vulnerable children start school.

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