What Is Inclusion and Inclusive Practice

What is inclusion and inclusive practice
Inclusive schools have committed leadership. That is the head teacher, other senior leaders help to ensure an inclusive school by ensuring a vision for school to enable it to move forward, building support from within the school and the wider community to ensure that all pupils reach their potential. They teach the pupils, families and the wider community about the school ethos, inclusive mission and school beliefs. They help to celebrate day to day success and problem solve day to day struggles.  
An inclusive school is a school with a whole school approach to learning. That is a school that recognises barriers to learning and removes them by putting things into place to make sure they are gone. A c/yp who has a SEN the approach is to focus on what they can do rather than what they cannot do or the difficulties they have.  
Staff have a good understanding of the individual child or group of children and are aware of any difficulties that they may have. The area in which the children are to work is adjusted to support the child. They may have personalised support from within the school and from outside the school also. Resources and equipment are provided ie over lays or quiet areas. C/yp have individual education plans that are suited to them.  
All pupils are educated in the same class as their peers and not separated if they need additional support.  
All pupils are given a voice and use it as their views and opinions are valued and listened to via the School council.  
The school will have clear policies and they will be kept updated.  
Staff to have training in inclusion, diversity and equality.  
The school works in partnership with staff, governors, parents and c/yp.
The school works in partnership with other services, IE speech and language, psychologists to make sure that c/yp receive appropriate professional support.  
Inclusive schools  
Inclusion is making sure that children, regardless of background...