Praise for the old edition:
'This book would interest and inform any practitioner from managers to students.'
- Early Years Update
'A 'must buy' for anyone interested in inclusive education in the early years'
- SENCO Update
'Refreshingly, in this book, inclusion is not about a narrow group of students defined as 'special' but about increasing the participation of everybody involved in early years settings' - Tony Booth, Professor of Inclusive and International Education Canterbury Christ Church University
This book was strongly recommended for my student to use with their inclusion module and has now been placed on the reading list for that module.
Will be very helpful for my students undertaking EDI and SEND modules
Insightful and engaging for students
A very good book which is current with debates on inclusion that move away from just special educational needs and disabilities. The book is very useful to students who are about to go into placement and young professionals starting out in practice. The text is informative with clear references to policy.
This book is a must for any student (and lecturer) undertaking an Inclusive practice module. My students have just completed this module and they all used it for researching/referencing. Will adopt this book again the next time the course runs - 2019.
Excellent book highlighting how the attitude of adults in the early years, on inclusion, can impact practice. This book looks at contemporary issues including poverty and single sex parents to highlight that inclusion is not only linked to additional needs. This book clearly highlights current perspectives on the topic of inclusion.
This extensive and insightful book highlights a range of issues and debates relating to inclusion, anti-bias, diversity and equality in the widest sense.
Useful for several of the early years modules and a good foundation book
Supports practice, discusses differences and how these can be supported in EY settings
A great read - very helpful planning the course on early years principles.
I found this book to be straightforward, easy to read with clear chapters and relevant information.
A central text which covers the key areas around inclusion, policy and legislation. This will be particularly useful to students as they prepare for placement and begin to recognise the importance placed about working within a multi-professional team.
An interesting insight into current inclusive practice in the early years sector. Very good resource for those covering inclusion in their Foundation Degree.
Good overview of themes. Useful for Children with Individual Needs module.
excellent book, really helpful
An excellent update to inclusive practice. Both engaging and practical this book provides discussion surrounding the concept of inclusion and its application in the early year’s sector. An essential read for students undertaking undergraduate study. Very helpful reading to support teaching practice too.
A very good book which covers many aspects of Inclusion in the Early Years. Adopted for use with Level 4 Foundation Degree in Early Years Practice Inclusive Practice Module.
This book was extremely valuable for our module on SEN and inclusion. The information contained within it was useful and easily understood. It was a useful tool for supporting module assignments.
This is a very useful text, providing a good discussion of the concept of inclusion and its application in early years. I have encouraged students to use this not only in my unit but for other units in their early years course.