Inclusion need not be complicated;Letter
There needs to be a mammoth culture change of attitude and a re-education programme, so that disabled staff and children are included, even if this requires a change in law. Inclusion often does not need expensive or unreasonable adjustments, for it can be as simple as using an overhead projector, or a minor timetable or class age change.
The mark of a civilised society is the way it treats the disabled. all disabled pupils and teachers want is the right to learn, teach and work like other people.
Mrs D Jansen 98 Dorchester Court Sloane Walk Shirley Croydon