This snapshot, taken on
11/07/2011
, shows web content acquired for preservation by The National Archives. External links, forms and search may not work in archived websites and contact details are likely to be out of date.
 
 
The UK Government Web Archive does not use cookies but some may be left in your browser from archived websites.
 

Increase contrast

Default colours

A - Z & Glossary

Terms for 'I'

  • Share
  • Print
  • ICES

    Related areas

    • None

    Information about children, education and schools. The storage and management of information including the School Census and other data collections in the education, skills and children's services sector.

  • ICT

    Related areas

    • None

    Information and communication technology: The computing and communications facilities and features that variously support teaching, learning and a range of activities in education.

    Also see  Foundation subjects

  • IEP

    Related areas

    • None

    Individual Education Plan. Builds on the curriculum that a child with learning difficulties or disabilities is following. It is designed to set out the strategies being used to meet each child's identified needs.

  • Inclusion

    Related areas

    The successful education of all students (whether with or without disabilities, disadvantages, etc.) together in the same schools and classrooms, while celebrating the resulting diversity.

    Also see  SEN

  • Independent appeals panel

    Related areas

    • None

    Parents may wish to appeal against decisions in such areas as admissions and exclusions. The local authority is responsible for constituting an appeals panel, but the panel itself is independent in law.

  • Infant school

    Related areas

    • None

    A school that caters for pupils aged 5 to 7. 

  • Intervention

    Related areas

    • None

    Action to improve the progress of pupils who are at risk of not fulfilling their potential, whether they are struggling to keep up or are more able pupils who are not achieving what they are capable of.