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Inclusion in action

‘Easier said than done’ is how Ann Stacey, head of Aldermoor Farm Primary School, viewed the Code. Then she tried to make it work.
Children with adults

The latest SEND Code of Practice is full of high hopes and good intentions. Some of these have been translated into good practice within our schools, but others have proven to be more problematic. This is how we, as a school, have attempted to fulfil these ideals. But first, a little about our context.

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