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Residential school trips and pupils who have Down’s syndrome

Sharon Smith's top tips on including pupils who have Down's syndrome when you plan a residential school trip. Every pupil in your school is entitled...

SEND analytics

Amy Baxter describes how SEND registers are used as an analytical tool to inform and harmonise provision. SEND Registers have become widespread practice, despite the...

Interactive inclusion

Sarah Sumner is enthusiastic about the benefits of interactive resources for supporting learners with SEND in primary education. As a headteacher of a primary school...

EdTech for inclusion

Technology supports a more inclusive education for students with SEND, says Jon Moore. Inclusive education has not always been a default in the classroom, but...

Support for collective action

Nic Ponsford offers six practical tips on embracing inclusion. The fight for inclusion should be a collective effort that recognises the power of a united...

Beating the drum for inclusion

Jody Ashfield on the role of music in accessibility. Music is a universal language that transcends cultures and barriers, bringing people together with pure sound....

Effective inclusion

Karen Watson draws on her experience and has some suggestions to make for inclusion in mainstream schools. To put it plainly, good practice means opportunities....

Supporting children in their perception of differences

From learning about autism to encouraging acceptance and appreciation of differences: Val Jones has a story to tell… It all started with a request to...

Positive Behaviour Support

Jo Price and Jane Johnson on techniques for building inclusion with Positive Behaviour Support. Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) is a nationally recognised, best practice framework...

Good Autism Practice for Teachers: Embracing Neurodiversity and Supporting Inclusion

Karen Watson is an Additional Support Needs educator, inclusion champion and teacher, with over ten years experience in this field. She also hosts a...

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...

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