Inclusion: Developing An Effective Whole School Approach: Developing an Effective Whole School Approach
This book examines and offers solutions to the challenges faced by schools in ensuring that all students are enjoying, participating and achieving in education.
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1 Inclusion in Action
2 Inclusive SelfEvaluation
3 Using Data Effectively to Identify Underachievement and Vulnerable Groups
4 Inclusive Interventions
The Strategic Whole School Development Tool
6 Effective target setting for all pupils
7 Final thoughts
Appendix 1 Hidden voices the student voice activity
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achieve Action model approach appropriate areas assessing pupil progress assessment data assessment for learning behaviour Booth and Ainscow child class teachers classroom cohort critical curriculum data analysis DCSF Department for Children developing inclusive developing more inclusive DfES difficulties discussion effective enable engage ensure evaluation focus fully IA IA 2C IB IA identified impact Inclusion in Action inclusive practices inclusive self-evaluation inclusive values intervention programmes involved key principles Key Stage learning dialogue levels linked Literacy MacBeath meaningful meet the needs monitoring National Curriculum National Literacy Strategy National Strategies Numeracy Ofsted outcomes Primary National Strategy professional Profile of Need provision mapping Reflective questions respond school community school context school improvement school leaders school setting school staff school-based SENCO shared special educational needs specific staff members systems and processes target setting teaching and learning teaching assistants thinking underachievement vulnerable groups Waves of Intervention whole school development whole school strategic