• Chris McMillan

9 Ways Schools Can Boost Inclusion For Special Needs Children

ShoutOut UK

28th June 2021

9 Ways Schools Can Boost Inclusion For Special Needs Children

Creating a fully inclusive learning environment is one of the biggest challenges facing schools, but that doesn’t mean it’s an impossible task. Find out how schools can boost inclusion for special needs children, here.

There are plenty of practical and logistical challenges facing schools, especially in relation to catering for the needs of any special needs children who are attending. Everybody understands that creating a fully inclusive learning environment is non-negotiable, but achieving this goal isn’t always straightforward!

Whether it’s changing ingrained beliefs about a school’s approach to inclusion, or removing some of the physical barriers that prevent certain students from being able to access the level of education they deserve, schools often face an uphill battle with regards to inclusion and special educational needs law.

So, in the following post, we’ve grouped together some simple, actionable tips any school can implement to boost inclusion for special needs children.

9 Tips for Schools to Improve Inclusion for Special Needs Children

1. Have a Dedicated Department for Special Needs Children

Catering for special needs children can be difficult in a traditional classroom setting. This is why it’s important for schools to set up a dedicated department, or employee members of staff, to support special needs children.

This will allow students to enjoy a blended education, where they can spend as much or as little time in a traditional setting as they need. It will also provide the individual attention and support they might require, depending on their circumstances.



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