Manifesto for Inclusion

Here at Inclusive Solutions  we believe that our education system should be fully inclusive of all learners in their local community mainstream settings with the supports they deserve and need. There should be an end to segregation of children and young people in special education and alternative provision settings. All educational opportunities should be of the highest quality for all young people whatever their identity or difference.


We fully endorse the manifesto of the Alliance for Inclusive Education  which focuses on realising the rights of ALL disabled people to mainstream education with all necessary supports and adjustments within an inclusive education system. It sets out six demands, which would move us from the present situation to a fully inclusive education system.

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Disabled People for a Labour Victory

Disabled People for a Labour Victory
We need to come together all those disabled people in the UK who want a change from Tory austerity and blaming disabled people and violating our fundamental human rights and campaign for a Labour Victory.

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Hostage Negotiation & Meeting Social & Emotional Needs

Hostage negotiation and meeting social and emotional needs – Pastoral teacher – ex police hostage negotiator talks about the links between our work on fresh approaches to behaviour and relationships in schools with his own experiences as a hostage negotiator. Full of golden nuggets for educators! Building the golden bridge – saving face – building trust quickly, reciprocal relationships leading to change and much more!

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Person Centred Planning – One Page Plans

Person Centred Planning – One Page Plans-  delivered by Colin Newton and Claire Darwin PEP of Suffolk CC. Training went down well and was greatly appreciated by mainly secondary pastoral staff, college practitioners and family workers.

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Five Ways To Go Into the World

Tom Kohler has spent 40 years connecting citizens of Savannah, Georgia to one another. As Co-ordinator and Executive Director of Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy has introduced people who have an established place in community to people with disabilities who have found themselves placed on the margins of community life. Together these people explore how their relationship can change their lives, and impact the life of their community. In this video Tom shares skills that can be developed for this connecting work. For more information on Savannah’s Citizen Advocacy go to:

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Colin Newton

0115 955 6045

Doug and Maggie

01473 437590

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