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Creating a more accessible learning environment (B)

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Creating a more accessible learning environment (GS)

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Encouraging Inclusion in the Classroom (GS)

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Teachers – How to work with parents of children with specific needs (GS)

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A photo of father and child (about 11 years old). The child has down's syndrome. The Dad is standing behind the child, guiding their hand as he learns to chop up a banana.

Parents – how to work with schools (GS)

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Teachers – How to work with parents of children with specific needs (B)

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A photo of father and child (about 11 years old). The child has down's syndrome. The Dad is standing behind the child, guiding their hand as he learns to chop up a banana.

Parents – how to work with schools (B)

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Image shows cube shaped beads with letters on. The cubes around the edge are random and white in colour. The cubes in the middle spell out 'inclusion' and are all different .

Encouraging Inclusion in the Classroom (B)

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A smiling child is in a wheelchair, with straps across his chest to help him sit up. he is about 11 years old. He is laughing and looks engaged in a lesson. Behind him you can see another child sitting at a desk, laughing and an empty seat next to him.

Improve access to learning with your pupils (GS)

This course helps teaching staff to make school and lessons more inclusive and accessible by engaging pupils in making change.

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Debriefing after an incident, getting it right. (B)

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Image shows the two people sitting down talking. They are sitting at right angles to each other. You cannot see their heads or feet. One person is leaning forward, he has his hands clasped and elbows resting on his knees. The other person is holding a tablet and stylus as though noting things down.

Debriefing after an incident, getting it right (GS)

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How to create sensory safe spaces (B)

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Two blue characters. One, aA child sits in a wheelchair. Their hand is bent upwards and they have head and foot rests, indicating they have cerebral palsy. They are smiling at another child standing next to them reaching out and smiling.

Siblings (GS)

It is easy to forget, but the brothers and sisters of children with disabilities have challenges of their own to face.

This is a group often overlooked or who are called upon to make compromises. This course looks at some of the emotional, physical and social pressures on siblings, what educators should be aware of, and what support might be needed.

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