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  • Inclusion in science

    Guidance on inclusive, quality-first teaching and Wave 2 and 3 interventions to help pupils make effective progress. This document includes sections on 'Gifted and Talented pupils', 'Supporting English as Additional Language learners (EAL)' and 'Pupils with special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties and disabilities (LDD)'.

  • Overview of learning: Year 3: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 3, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Overview of learning: Year 5: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 5, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Overview of learning: Year 4: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 4, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Overview of learning: Year 1: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 1, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Overview of learning: Year 6: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 6, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Overview of learning: Year 2: Inclusion

    Guidance on inclusion at Year 2, covering special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties or disabilities, gifted and talented (G+T) and English as an additional language (EAL).

  • Leading on Intervention: Inclusion presentation

    Presentation slides summarising the National Curriculum inclusion statement (2000), which all schools are expected to implement. Lists some groups who are at risk of underachievement, as identified by Ofsted, including: minority ethnic and faith groups; travellers, asylum seekers and refugees; pupils with special educational needs and gifted and talented pupils. Gives figures illustrating the national disparity between the attainment of different groups, and suggests questions to help you identify the position of your own school. This presentation can be used in conjunction with other national context presentations to provide guidance or background knowledge to staff.

  • Leading on Intervention: Inclusion presentation notes

    Notes that accompany the Inclusion presentation summarising the National Curriculum inclusion statement (2000), which all schools are expected to implement. Lists some groups who are at risk of underachievement, as identified by Ofsted, including: minority ethnic and faith groups; travellers, asylum seekers and refugees; pupils with special educational needs and gifted and talented pupils. Gives figures illustrating the national disparity between the attainment of different groups, and suggests questions to help you identify the position of your own school. The presentation and notes can be used in conjunction with other national context presentations to provide guidance or background knowledge to staff.

  • Devon Inclusion Award (Autism Spectrum) and IDP training at Ratcliffe Special School

    Developing inclusive whole-school practice to support pupils on the Autism Spectrum
    Delivering the IDP (Inclusion Development Programme) in a primary/secondary/special school

    • Author:Bryan Webster
    • Last Updated:03/12/2010
    • Status:Approved
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