Here is link to TES inclusion article…
“For headteacher Simon Smith, the system seems rigged to prevent his school from getting the funding it needs to teach children with special educational needs and disability, but he won’t be put off
I in our town, we have a reputation for being the school that deals with special educational needs and disability. We are a one-form entry primary school with 10 high-needs pupils below the age of seven. We have 14 high-needs pupils in school altogether. A significant number of these children come from outside our school catchment.
When a parent comes to our door and asks whether we can accommodate a pupil’s needs, we bend over backwards to do so. And parents knock on our door a lot. The nearest specialist provisions are an hour’s drive away.”
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