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# The purpose of the Review was to investigate teacher supply issues relating to children with Severe Learning Difficulties and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties. The focus of the Review has been on the recruitment and retention of teachers, Initial Teacher Training (ITT) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD). The report notes that the teaching population with expertise in this...
# This publication is about choosing and implementing effective interventions for children who have difficulty in learning how to read, write and spell.
DCSF logo The programme is the third area to be covered by the National Strategies’ ‘Inclusion Development Programme’, the other two being Dyslexia and Speech, Language and Communication needs. The aims of this programme on the Autism Spectrum are stated to: • improve outcomes for pupils on the autism spectrum • increase knowledge and understanding among professionals about the autism spectrum • share...
TCRU Logo Mini This resource is a report of a review prepared for the DfES. It provides an overview of findings since 1995 of United Kingdom studies which have focused on the views of children and young people with disabilities, aged from 10-18, about social services provision. However the intention of the authors is that it is also to be used as a resource for Local Authorities and other groups in order to...
The Children's Plan The children's plan brings together a number of initiatives aimed at improving provision for children experiencing barriers to learning.
Inclusion Development Plan The Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) is a £2million project of confidence-raising training for teachers, support staff and early years practitioners. Developed by the Department for Children, Schools and Families in partnership with children's communication charity I CAN and Dyslexia Action, it will aim to improve the skills of teachers by advising them on how to develop teaching strategies...