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By Dr Rona Tutt

ISBN-10: 1412944880

ISBN-13: 9781412944885

ISBN-10: 1412944899

ISBN-13: 9781412944892

Bargains techniques for aiding scholars with unique wishes in mainstream colleges and covers the altering nature of advisory providers and the position of day and home colleges.

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Children’s centres are a prime example of how to provide education and childcare, how to open up the facilities for longer hours and how to make them available to the community as a whole. These are new roles for many schools, but they are responding in a variety of ways, from breakfast clubs to after-school clubs, from homework clubs to clubs for learning languages, playing sport or learning a musical instrument, and from parenting classes to lifelong learning for all. Schools cannot be accused of standing still, whether it is finding creative ways of addressing pupils’ needs, or changing the way the entire school operates in order to take on the Extended Schools agenda.

Successful strategies ■ Differentiating the size of the groups so that the youngest children have the highest level of individual care ■ Understanding the child’s needs in the context of the family ■ Having support organised and in place before a child with SEN is admitted ■ Linking with receiving schools to ease the transition to full-time schooling ■ Having a leadership team that works flexibly, instead of sticking to a more traditional, term-time only timetable Points to ponder ■ What do you think are the advantages of integrated childcare and education for the very young?

Can you think of some of the ways in which you would like to see mainstream and special schools working together? Special schools and the numbers game As outlined in the opening chapter of this book, for many years special schools had a rather uncertain future. Now that they are seen as being part of inclusion rather than outside it, the sector as a whole has gained a greater sense of stability. This is not to say that individual schools necessarily feel secure. Local authorities have very different views about what constitutes an appropriate range of provision and some schools continue to be under threat.

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