Achievement for All
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Achievement for All aims to improve provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Our main partner for this project is the National Strategies.
The project is initially engaging with 10 local authorities:
- East Sussex
- Redcar and Cleveland
In each local authority there are approximately 45 participating schools – primary, secondary and special – focusing on children in Years 1, 5, 7 and 10.
There are three strands to the project, which aim to improve:
- the achievement and progress of children and young people with SEND
- engagement with their parents
- the wider outcomes – ie relating to bullying and attendance
The focus of the National College’s work on this project is exploring and developing the characteristics of the effective leadership of inclusion.
- Achievement for All: guidance for schools
- Achievement for All: local authority prospectus
- Achievement for All: characteristics of effective inclusive leadership – a discussion document
- One parent's story
- One teacher's story
- Reflections (1) – analysis of the project so far featuring those who have been involved (see video on this page)
- Reflections (2)
- Achievement for All workshop: Henry Winkler's presentation
For further information about the Achievement for All project, please contact the strategic initiatives primary team at email@example.com.