Why we should promote inclusion in the playground by Sandra Kpodar
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Why we should promote inclusion in the playground

We talk a lot about inclusion in the classroom, but what about the playground?It comes as no surprise...

Sandra Kpodar Sandra Kpodar
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Can you be inclusive for all children? by Emma Whitwam

Can you be inclusive for all children?

It's got to Sunday and again I'm writing a blog instead of doing work on my dissertation. This seems...

Emma Whitwam Emma Whitwam
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Learning together by Lena Carter
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Learning together

This week I have been thinking a lot about transitions and inclusion again. New pupils have joined our...

Lena Carter Lena Carter
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Walk a Mile in their shoes by Beth B
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Walk a Mile in their shoes

I am closing my blog so putting a couple of posts I like on here for posterity.(not cheating on #29daysofwriting as...

Beth B Beth B
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Inclusion: It’s in the DNA of every school, right? by Joe Baldwin

Inclusion: It’s in the DNA of every school, right?

The 1st September 2014 welcomed in the dawn of the biggest reforms in more that 30 years for Special...

Joe Baldwin Joe Baldwin
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CPD by James Kyberd
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CPD

Delivered whole Academy CPD on moving away from exclusions and how to include all students. The key points...

James Kyberd James Kyberd
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Inclusion, individuality and idiosyncrasy by Lena Carter
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Inclusion, individuality and idiosyncrasy

Inclusion is a concept that I think about endlessly and have written about in various posts such as this...

Lena Carter Lena Carter
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Inclusion vs integration by Kamil Trzebiatowski

Inclusion vs integration

Earlier this week, when I came back to school, one of the first things I heard was the phrase, "She hasn't...

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Last Chance Academy by David Davies

Last Chance Academy

Baverstock's brush with fame

David Davies David Davies
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