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Richards, Gill

Gill Richards is the Director of Professional Development in the School of Education at Nottingham Trent University. Her specialism is in Post 16 Inclusion. Number of resources (8)


# This review paper was based on a study carried out by Barnardo’s for The Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People’s Services (C4EO). C4OE is funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families for its role in collating information on effective children’s services practice so that local authorities and Children’s Trust partners can improve outcomes for children and...
# This working paper, entitled Inclusive Education: A Step Towards Social Justice is produced by EdQual, a research programme consortium on implementing education quality in low income countries.
# This is a report on the second of five phases (called waves 1-5) of a longitudinal research study commissioned by the DfEE. The longitudinal study investigates the experiences, achievements and attitudes of young people with special educational needs (SEN) during their transition from secondary education to early adult life, following one cohort of young people until they are 23 years old.
The Big Debate-Inclusion This video focuses on a panel discussion, lead by Jonathon Dimbleby, on the future of inclusion in schools. Baroness Mary Warnock is introduced as the ‘original architect’ of inclusion policy and the debate opens with Jonathan Dimbleby describing her change of mind after 25 years of education policy that attempted to remove barriers experienced by for disabled children and learners experiencing...
SEN Pupils in Transition This video focuses on the strategies used by Plashet School to ease transition for pupils with special educational needs. The school arranges visits for all prospective pupils before starting in Year 7 so that support needs can be assessed. The programme follows one new pupil, Atiya, as she visits the school and meets the staff as part of her transition arrangements. Two other pupils with...
Working with Pupils with Down's Syndrome This Teachers TV programme focuses on a London secondary school’s strategies to include Amina, a 14 year old pupil who has Down Syndrome. Set within a context of being a school that has good achievement in GCSEs, Plashet School describes itself as providing an inclusive approach to learning that enables all pupils to achieve qualifications. Introduced by the school SENCO, the programme follows...
# This video focuses on the debate arising from Baroness Mary Warnock’s apparent u-turn on inclusive education. It reviews the practical implications of the Government’s policy that advocates that only pupils with the most severe difficulties should be educated in special schools, some 11% of the total school population. The programme airs the views of Baroness Warnock, teachers from mainstream...
Excerpt from cover of transitions research report This is a report on the first of five phases (called waves 1-5) of a longitudinal research study commissioned by the DfEE. It investigates the experiences, achievements and attitudes of young people with special educational needs during their transition from secondary education to early adult life. The aim of the study is to identify transition processes that are effective and where barriers are...