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Inclusive teaching

This page contains resources for teachers and trainers interested in enriching learning for all.

Effective, inclusive teaching addresses the needs of all learners. This may include learners:

  • with English as an additional language
  • with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties
  • with special educational needs
  • from different ethnic backgrounds
  • who are gifted and talented
  • who are in care.

Resources

  • The National Strategies website provides comprehensive guidance about inclusion.
  • The national curriculum website contains the statutory inclusion statement and guidance about inclusion for pupils at key stages 1 and 2 and for pupils at key stages 3 and 4.
  • The Teachernet website contains information about promoting equality in schools.
  • Have a look our resources for teaching learners with special education needs.

Our case studies

Our Cedar Mount High School case studies cover:

Our Shepherd School case studies look at:

Last modified: 04 May 2010