Dimoplma Level 3

There are many legal requirements relevant to an inclusive practice in a preschool are:
  * Inclusion-Special Educational Needs Code of Practice and SEN DfES 2002
  * Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001
  * The National Care Standards 2001
  * Convention for the Rights of Children 1999
  * Human Rights Act 1998
  * Disability Discrimination Act 1995,2005 Section 1 (1)
  * The beginning of statementing – the Education Act 1981
  * Supporting children under 5 years, extending parents’ and publishing codes of practice - Education Act 1996
  * Children's Act 1989
  * The Criminal Law 1967   (2000)
  * Race Relations Act 1976
  * Sex Discrimination Act 2000
  * The Equality Act 2006
  * Standard 9 of the National Standards
  * The Disability Discrimination Act 1995
  * The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child- to be protected from all forms of discrimination.
  * Education Act 1996

To protect children and their families from discrimination and their human rights, practitioners will need to organise and plan the settings and activities, for an inclusive practice.

Practitioners have a responsibility to help children and families to respect and value each other within the setting.

The importance for a practice to have an inclusive practice is every child and their family is legal entitlement to have access to an inclusive education, whatever their gender, age, accomplishment, ethnicity, special educational needs or ability in spoken English.
All Early years’ settings are required to develop and promote an inclusive policy and encourage children, parents the community and practitioners to participate in the sharing values of every individual in the setting and to adapt the setting to include everyone, so they can discover and play and be supported by a key worker.
The importances of inclusiveness that every child needs are met – all needs will be tailored to help using a wide range of...