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By Linda Evans

Inclusion is far greater than precise wishes – it’s additionally approximately aiding the not easy to arrive, the proficient and gifted, people with English as an extra language and masses extra looking on your region and its social and cultural variety.

Whatever the person make up of your tuition, this booklet will let you know the fundamental ideas that you just desire with a view to either fulfill OfSTED and supply the best possibilities in your pupils.

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The Every Child Matters agenda and Safeguarding Children guidance makes this imperative. ); ■ special school/unit staff; ■ social workers; ■ education welfare workers; 44 What is an inclusive school like? ■ parent and volunteer helpers; ■ organisations such as CRUSE (bereavement counselling). Increasingly, schools are pooling funds to employ, for example, a speech and language therapist to work on different sites. This is proving to be a very effective way of accessing specialist knowledge and achieving ‘joint working’.

Pupil swap The head teacher of a small, all-white school in Cornwall worked with a colleague from a multicultural school in inner-city Bristol to organise a week’s ‘pupil swap’. Children from a variety of ethnic backgrounds (and four children who had been in war-torn Somalia only weeks before) took part in classroom activities alongside their Cornish peers. They were able to picnic on the beach, learn how to paddle a canoe, visit the Eden project and learn about life in a rural area. The local community took these children to their hearts, organising a barbeque, beach games and homemade cakes afterwards.

This is a whole school issue and all staff, teaching and non-teaching, and governors should be involved in the formulation and regular reviewing of the school’s accessibility plan. To make reasonable adjustments schools will need to: ■ Plan ahead: just because you have no children with, for example, visual impairment this year, it doesn’t mean that you won’t have next year. Re-decoration/refurbishment, new building and re-designation of rooms should include consideration of children (and staff ) with mobility and sensory difficulties.

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