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Additional Educational Needs (AEN) and inclusion
Please use the links below for more information on AEN and
Medway Inclusive Schools Quality Mark
The Medway Inclusive Schools Quality
Mark was launched in October 2002 as a partnership between
the local authority (LA) and a school that had won Beacon status as
an inclusive school for its practice in including physically
AEN training lists all
forthcoming AEN training.
Provision management (previously known as provision
- Why do we need Provision
- What is provision management?
- What are the benefits?
- Getting started.
- Capturing current provision.
- Resources allocated to pupils with AEN.
- Identifying available funding.
- Considering the evidence on what works.
- Planning the provision map for next year.
- Comparing projected need with the current pattern of provision
and identifying gaps.
- Tracking children’s progress and monitoring impact.
- Reviewing and revising the original provision map for the next
Implications of Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and
Education Act 1996 for schools
The definition of disability is very broad and includes more
pupils than many people think. A wide range of impairments is
covered in the Disability Discrimination
Act 1995 and Education Act 1996 for schools,
including, for example, learning disabilities, dyslexia, diabetes
and epilepsy. In these cases, the effect of the impairment on the
pupil’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities is
adverse, substantial and long-term.
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