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2 Responding to pupils’ diverse learning needs. 3 Overcoming potential barriers to learning and assessment for individuals and groups of pupils (QCA, 2000). THE GLOBAL AND NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Inclusive policies have been found increasingly higher up the agenda of the UK government, local education authorities and individual schools. This is due in some part to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Salamanca statement on principles, policy and practice in special needs education published in 1994.
They know what will attract and disarm a child and can play engagingly with young children. Sex offenders do not offend as a sudden whim or as a ‘one-off ’. Their assaults are planned. Collecting child pornography is not a harmless 9595 CHAP 2 13-26 16/6/05 8:55 am Page 19 Protecting children 19 diversion; it is often part of the planning process. They will target a child or group of children. Many will have a preference for a child of a particular gender or type but children outside their target group will still be at risk.
He wrote a simple set of rules to accompany each game for the children to refer to. John was excited to read the rules and became animated when the games were played. He tried to direct his peers, and it was noticeable that they were far more accepting of him in this context. 9595 CHAP 3 27-38 16/6/05 8:56 am Page 37 Special Educational Needs 37 CASE STUDY continued Staff have followed on from this approach in the classroom and have started to write down information for John to refer to. He has responded well to this and staff have noticed that he is far more willing to communicate with them.
An introduction to early childhood : a multidisciplinary approach by Tim Waller