Keeping everyone on the knowledge bus

The Quirky Teacher

We all know that Ofsted are changing their approach come this September and that there will be more of a focus on curriculum ‘substance’, and lately I have been wondering whether we should also in light of recent changes think again about how we meet the needs of children with SEN. I like the bus analogy; for me, inclusion means doing as much as we can to include all children on the same learning journey, rather than creating a thousand different learning journeys and all those children just happen to be in the same room. I thought I’d share a few aspects of what we do in our school as well as my own slightly more radical thoughts on how we can be more inclusive.

I would wager that in every primary school in this country, children with SEN are being given extra support with their reading, writing and mathematics…

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