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The inclusion and every child matters agendas.
Mainstream provision for special educational needs.
Day special schools, federations and co-located schools.
Special schools with residential provision.
Pupil referral units, outreach, advisory and support services.
Creating a flexible continuum of provision. One of the most detailed overviews on what is really happening with inclusion at ground level. In years to come, professionals will remember they used Rona Tutt's book for identifying where good practice was really happening. Along with Rita Cheminais and Anne Hayward, this must rate as one of the most useful texts of the decade - Tricia Barthorpe, Past President of the National Association of Special Educational Needs, (NASEN). How can your school or setting become part of a truly inclusive education service that provides for all children and young people? Looking at the Every Child Matters a.