Creating an Inclusive Space where Everyone learns

Creating an Inclusive Space where Everyone learns

This is our latest lead workshop/training day and is an extremely innovative, participative and practical guide to successfully creating a truly inclusive space in mainstream early years settings . This engaging day equips participants with ways of thinking and planning for the inclusion of all pupils within the foundation curriculum.

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Circles of Storytelling: Narrative Approach to Understanding Behaviour

Circles of Storytelling is a narrative process that listens deeper using stories to generate reflective problem solving that can create lasting behaviour change and effective behaviour intervention plans. This is a particularly valuable process for those looking to enhance their leadership and facilitation skills or to build such processes into their school or team approach to complex pupils.

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Building Training Skills in a Team to Promote Inclusion

This training is aimed at developing the skills and knowledge of a core group of trainers who would in turn be able to offer a further level of accessibility training across a Local Authority area or region in line with recent legislative changes. Inclusion or the ‘presumption toward mainstream’ would be explored at both the level of values and practical implications.

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Visioning in the Early Years

Visioning in the Early Years

There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about Margaret Wheatley Turning to One Another (2002). Give your team the opportunity to pause and reflect on what matters most to them about the work they do. The act of listening to each other creates relationship and strengthens trust and inclusion within the team – in creating a shared vision, groups of people build a sense of commitment together.

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What Equality Law means for you as a School

What Equality Law means for you as a School

This guide is one of a series written by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to explain what you must do to meet the requirements of equality law. These guides will support the introduction of the Equality Act 2010. This Act brings together lots of different equality laws, many of which we have had for a long time. By doing this, the Act makes equality law simpler and easier to understand.

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Inclusion Facilitation Work with Arun

Report by Louis Newton

Firstly Colin and I went to Arun’s house to carry out some person centred planning creating a PATH for him. Arun is 19 years old and has a brain injury. The process went very well and Arun was very positive about the PATH process and in a way I feel this kick-started Arun into following his dreams. During the PATH process Arun highlighted his main interests and also what he would like to be in the future. Part of Arun’s dreams at that time was to have his own Business and also be a professional singer. The main aims for Inclusive Solutions was to work with Arun and his family to give him a better life, as when we initially met Arun he was in quite a bad place.

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THE SECRET TEACHER GOT IT WRONG: A RESPONSE TO “I AM ALL FOR INCLUSION IN PRINCIPLE, BUT IT DOESN’T ALWAYS WORK”

By Cátia Malaquias 

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This is a response to the article published on 23 May 2015 by The Guardian: “Secret teacher: I am all for inclusion in principle, but it doesn’t always work“.

*First published by GLOBI – http://www.globi-observatory.org/the-secret-teacher-got-it-wrong-a-response-to-i-am-all-for-inclusion-in-principle-but-it-doesnt-always-work/

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