Child Expert Dr Richard House formally Endorses our Campaign

Richard HouseI’ve been an enthusiastic supporter of this campaign from the outset. Not only is the Summer Born cause one that everyone with an interest in children’s health and age-appropriate development should support (and all the research evidence supports this view), but the campaigners themselves are amazing people – extraordinarily competent, articulate, selflessly voluntary – and most important, totally dedicated to supporting parents and families struggling with the self-serving bureaucratic intransigence of the current system. PLEASE lend your active support to this campaign’s noble aim of changing that disreputable system decisively for the better.

Dr Richard House, C.Psychol., AFBPsS, Cert.Couns.
Educational Consultant and Campaigner; Fellow, The Critical Institute (TCI); Co-editor, Self and Society: International Journal for Humanistic Psychology; Formerly Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood, University of Winchester

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One Response to Child Expert Dr Richard House formally Endorses our Campaign

  1. Sarah L says:

    What a wonderful endorsement from Richard. The “Flexible School Admissions for Summer Borns” campaign is already having a life changing impact on many children and their families and we want this to touch and change the outcomes and lives of thousands more. I totally agree with Richard about the amazing people who are a part of the campaign. We’re also incrediblt grateful for all the extensive work that goes on behind the scenes.

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