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Inclusion Essay

  • Submitted by: anonymous
  • on April 3, 2014
  • Category: Social Issues
  • Length: 2,265 words

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Below is an essay on "Inclusion" from Anti Essays, your source for research papers, essays, and term paper examples.

The 2011 Green Paper states ‘Every child deserves a fair start in life, with the very best opportunity to succeed’.   DfE (2011) Support and Aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability, DfE London

Many influences can affect children’s educational achievement, their progress and well-being.   When children go to a school they should be entering a safe environment that helps them overcome these issues and progress at least as good as other pupils.   The school should go out of their way to promote equality, diversity and inclusion and do everything in its power to eliminate discrimination whilst doing so.   The School I observed had an equal opportunities policy. This was to ensure children and staff recognised that discrimination on the basis of; colour, culture, origin, gender or ability is not acceptable.   It also stated that they would; provide a safe environment for all; ensure everyone feels valued; ensure principles and values and practises of equal opportunities apply to all; educate, develop and prepare all children for life whatever their gender, colour, origin, culture, or ability; ensure children and teachers show respect for one another as individuals; ensure all children’s education needs are met in relation to their individual and different learning styles, behaviour, medical or any other needs.

The school I observed during my placement was a larger than average primary school.   According to the Ofsted, in 2012 the school had 549 pupils, more than double the national average of 251 pupils in a primary school.   Ofsted reported that the school had a higher than average proportion of pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds and many of these children spoke English as an additional language but even though this was the case, very few pupils were at an early stage of developing their English speaking skills.   The schools proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free meals was also much higher than the national average.   Even...

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