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Ten Tips for Inclusion Posted @ChrisChivers2

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Ten Tips for Inclusion

Posted on February 7, 2014

1)      Policy; make sure that the school policy for Inclusion is written in such a way that it is easily understood by the wider audience, has the potential to impact on the overall school ethos and can be tracked and evaluated regularly. Reference is likely to be made to associated policies, such as behaviour, safeguarding, parents and teaching and learning (all abilities).

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