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Jonathan Dimbleby debates the future of inclusive education Is Warnock right? At the heart of the debate: the right to continue sending the most severely disabled to Special Schools. For some this is segregation; for...

TAs in Special Schools – Supporting Language Development

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The role three teaching assistants play at a school for the deaf At Mary Hare School for the Deaf in Berkshire, teaching assistants are playing a leading role in delivering language strategies and CPD across the year...

Special Needs – Differentiation in Action – Primary

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How one teacher handles primary pupils of varying achievement At Bangabandhu Primary School in Bethnal Green, teacher Shahnaz Khan is working with her KS1 class using the book "Not Now, Bernard" to recognise speech i...

Special Needs – Differentiation in Action – Secondary

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See differentiation of tasks in action during this history lesson At Whitmore Secondary School, Harrow, history teacher James Rebbitt has a wide range of achievement in his class, from pupils with statements of educa...

Special Needs – Making a Statement

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Looking at the process of gaining a statement of educational need Many teachers say they don't know enough about the process of gaining a statement of educational need. This programme, together with the accompanying ...

Secondary Special Needs – Understanding Autism

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John Simpson aims to improve mainstream teaching for ASD pupils Twenty year old John Simpson, who himself is on the Autistic Spectrum, guides us through the theory and reality of life for many ASD pupils at secondary...

Secondary Special Needs – Inclusion and Autism

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How ASD pupils are provided for in a mainstream school Autism is a developmental disorder, not a learning disability, and so the majority of secondary age children with a diagnosis attend mainstream schools. But with...

Secondary Special Needs – Working to Learn

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How a Work Based Learning Unit has engaged pupils "I weren't even bothered, I used to think school was boring, a waste of time, there's no point in being here, can always get a job, but at the end of it you can't, co...

Secondary Special Needs – Supporting Dyslexics

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A focus on high performing dyslexic pupils in south east London Every year, Harris City Technology College's dyslexic students gain between 70 and 80% five or more top GCSE passes. This programme investigates what's ...

Secondary Special Needs – Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

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Teachers gain a deeper insight into dyslexia in the classroom It is estimated that around 1 in 10 school children are dyslexic, that's an average of 3 students per classroom. So are there simple techniques you can us...

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