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Rona Tutt’s Guide to SEND & Inclusion

Rona Tutt’s Guide to SEND & Inclusion

First Edition
  • Rona Tutt - Consultant, writer, researcher and former President of NAHT

December 2016 | 152 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

How to give children and young people who have SEN and disabilities (SEND), the support they need in the environment where they feel most fully included, should be a key concern of every teacher and practitioner.

Drawing on her years of experience and conversations with a range of professionals, as well as the thoughts of children, young people and families who have encountered a number of settings, SEND expert Dr Rona Tutt examines both the benefits of the recent SEND reforms and also the opportunities that have been missed to meet needs more flexibly. Content focuses on:

  • Creating a climate where all children can thrive
  • An appreciation for the variety of innovative ways school leaders are meeting the needs of students
  • A consideration of the wider context of SEN from local to national level

Clear and accessible, this is an inspiring read for anyone concerned with how individual needs are best met, rather than where their education takes place.

Introduction: Changing attitudes to SEND
Chapter 1. The benefits, drawbacks and omissions of the SEND Reforms
Chapter 2. Why more specialist provision is needed rather than less
Chapter 3. Creating a climate where all can thrive
Chapter 4. Achieving a more responsive system
Chapter 5. Meeting different needs more effectively
Chapter 6. Beyond the inclusion debate
Conclusions: A system fit for the 21st century

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Introduction: Changing attitudes to SEND

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