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‘EHCPs are not fit for purpose’

The introduction of education and healthcare plans promised much for the delivery of education to pupils with SEND, but they may have created more problems than they’ve solved, writes Gemma Corby

6 min read 4 May 2018
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Do we need to address a bias towards inclusion?

Forty years on, the woman behind the report, Baroness Warnock, says she has had cause to reassess whether it made sound recommendations and claims we need a broader focus in terms of what inclusion...

3 min read 4 May 2018
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Keeping inclusion in a classroom without TAs

One school ripped up the usual practice and has come up with an alternative system that is much more inclusive. Nicole Dempsey explains how it was done – and why it works

7 min read 4 May 2018
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Once more unto the breach, dear friends

Despite having hung up his armour and retired, Jonathan Godfrey finds himself being inexplicably yet irresistibly drawn back to the battlefield of FE

3 min read 4 May 2018
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Tes Quiz: 4 May 2018

Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz

1 min read 4 May 2018
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Tes talks to…Klaus Wedell

The IoE academic has spent over 60 years working with and researching the education of children with SEND. He believes that we need constant evolution and flexibility in our educational provision if...

7 min read 4 May 2018
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The three Rs? What about relationships?

Strong links between teachers and pupils not only make school a happier place, but they have also been proven to boost results, argues Clare Jarmy

6 min read 4 May 2018
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Who is inclusion really about?

We often talk about inclusion with no real agreement about what it is, says Nancy Gedge, but if we are to take it seriously, let’s first agree why it is important

5 min read 4 May 2018
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Why the Warnock report still matters today

Baroness Warnock’s landmark 1978 report on special education sparked legislation that enshrined the policy of inclusion, and it changed the way we talked about disability. Here, Rob Webster argues...

4 min read 4 May 2018

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