Teacher Handbook: SEND

Embedding inclusive practice

The Teacher Handbook: SEND was commissioned to complement the existing resources and to answer a fundamental and recurring question: how can we, as teachers, meet the needs of our learners with SEND? The practical reality of classroom teaching is that creating an inclusive classroom environment, implementing reasonable adjustments while planning to meet the needs of all learners is as much about a mindset as it is about a skillset.

The handbook provides a digest of inclusive pedagogy alongside practical approaches for specific curriculum areas, as well as understanding and removing barriers to learning that relate to specific areas of need or support for transition between phases. A useful section on Intersectionality discusses the experience and overlap of vulnerabilities.

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