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Inclusive Education. The Philosophy in an inclusive school is that each belongs and all are valued and have a right to learn there regardless of needs or abilities. Inclusive Education.

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inclusive education
Inclusive Education
  • The Philosophy in an inclusive school is that each belongs and all are valued and have a right to learn there regardless of needs or abilities.
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Inclusive Education
  • Inclusion is primarily about school ethos and the kind of arrangements which are required to put that ethos into practice. The mainstream school is restructured to meet the needs of all its students.
who has to adopt to whom
Who has to adopt to whom?

School to Child?

Child to School?

stage 1
Stage 1
  • Mainstream
  • Inform parents
  • LSM advices
  • Class Teacher monitors and collects information
  • Class Teacher responsibility
stage 2
Stage 2
  • Student in the mainstream
  • Inform parents
  • LSM supports students
  • IEP
  • Targets set in the area of literacy, behaviour and/or
  • organisation
  • Review and monitor
  • Specific learning difficulties
stage 3
Stage 3
  • Student in the mainstream
  • Inform parents
  • LSM supports students
  • IEP
  • Targets set in the area of literacy, behaviour and/or
  • organisation
  • Review and monitor
  • Referral is made to an outside professional agency
  • Specific learning difficulties
stage 4
Stage 4
  • Student in the mainstream or from special needs organisation
  • Inform parents
  • Admissions and Review Panel
  • Student come with a great deal of information (EP, SLT, OT, PT)
  • IEP
  • Targets set in all areas of the curriculum
  • Annual Reviews
stage 4 con t
Stage 4 (Con’t)
  • LSC supports students
  • Higher teacher: student ratio
  • Speech and language therapy and occupational therapy
  • Range of learning difficulties from mild/moderate to moderate/severe
  • Difficulties managing mainstream curriculum without support (physical and academic)
learning support stage 4 provision
Learning Support – Stage 4 Provision

Bradbury

Beacon Hill

Kowloon

Junior

South Island

King

George V

Sarah Roe

inclusive education as a learning support class
Inclusive Education:As a Learning Support Class

Resources purchased

through curriculum groups

Parents included

in all support groups

& INSETS

Included in

School Polices

LSC organised visits

to include mainstream

Internal mailing list

to receive letters to parents

Class opened to

mainstream students

Shared responsibilities of

the class teacher and learning

support teacher to educate

LSC teachers to

teach mainstream class

inclusive education as students in the learning support class
Inclusive Education:As Students in the Learning Support Class

Part of the continuum

of learning difficulties

Code of Practice

– Stage 4

Increased awareness

of learning difficulties

  • Full member of the class
  • register, visits, letters,
  • assemblies, mealtimes, and
  • playtimes, etc.

Included in procedures –

Bus lines, walkers area

Increased opportunities

to interact and work

cooperatively

learning support department
Learning Support Department

Code of Practice

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Stage 4

Learning Support Mainstream

Learning Support Class

learning support department class
Learning Support Department (Class)
  • Locale
  • in-class
  • withdrawal

Physical

Support

  • Human
  • teacher
  • educational assistant
  • parents
  • peer
  • Grouping
  • individual
  • paired
  • small group
  • class
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Academic

Support

Modified

Mainstream

Multi-sensory

Social Skills

and Speech

Life Skills

Physical –

Occupational

Independence

types of integration
Types of Integration

Full-time Integration With Support

Functional Integration

Social Integration

Basic Integration

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Roles and Responsibilities
  • The inclusion of Special Educational Needs students operates along a continuum. As students move along this continuum there is a graduated shift in educational responsibility from Learning Support Class Teacher to Class Teacher
slide18
LEARNING SUPPORT CLASS (LSC)

TEACHER

  • Writing IEPs
  • Arranging IEPs
  • Reviewing IEPs
  • Annual Review Meetings
  • Liaise with Parents – organising meetings
  • Pastoral care
  • Raise awareness
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LEARNING SUPPORT CLASS

TEACHER (Con’t)

  • Home programme
  • Timetables
  • Outside agencies – Educational Psychologist, Speech and Language Therapist, Occupational Therapist
  • Organising and planning INSET for Teachers, Educational Assistants and parents
  • Planning – ensuring the needs are met
slide20
Class Teacher AND LSC Teacher
  • Teaching
  • Assessment
  • Planning for diversity
  • Evaluation
  • Monitoring
  • Communication – between Class Teacher and LSC
  • IEP meetings
  • Annual Reviews
  • School reports
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CLASS TEACHER
  • Register
  • Correspondence – letters/information
  • Snack and lunch
  • Geographical e.g. assembly
  • Planning – topic
  • Educational visits and camps
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