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Inclusion in personal, social and health education

Teachers may find the following additional information helpful when implementing the statutory inclusion statement: Providing effective learning opportunities for all pupils. Teachers need to consider the full requirements of the inclusion statement when planning for individuals or groups of pupils.

To overcome any potential barriers to learning in PSHE, some pupils may require:

  • support to access text, such as through prepared tapes, particularly when working with significant quantities of written materials or at speed

  • help to communicate their detailed ideas in tasks that require extended writing, through alternative communication methods such as the use of ICT or speech, to allow them to demonstrate their understanding and to maintain their concentration and motivation

  • non-visual means to access sources of information.

In assessment:

  • when judgements against level descriptions are required these should, where appropriate, allow for the provisions above.

This content relates to the 1999 programmes of study and attainment targets.

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