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NUT calls for review of SEN inclusion policy after report claims it isn't working
Special needs inclusion policy ‘needs review’

Ministers have been urged to rethink the policy of teaching special needs pupils in mainstream schools after a new report finds it is failing students and teachers. A study commissioned by the National Union of Teachers (NUT) says the policy of inclusion is a laudable one but warns teachers are often left to deal with… Read more »

Government unveils plans for extension of citizenship classes in schools
‘British values’ to be taught in schools

All secondary school pupils could be taught about “core British values” such as freedom, fairness and respect under new plans unveiled today. A six-month government review will look at whether learning about how values such as freedom of speech are embedded in British history could help social inclusiveness. The aim is to give children what… Read more »