Originally published in 1991. The introduction of the National Curriculum has presented many challenges for those concerned with the education of children and young people. One of the questions has been how to guarantee access to the National Curriculum for individuals with special educational needs. This book seeks to illustrate how this could be achieved in the case of those pupils with severe learning difficulties (SLD). In doing so the book offers principles and examples of practice, aiming to be relevant to the education of all pupils with special educational needs (SEN).
Table of Contents
Part 1: Assessing the Challenge 1. The Curriculum Challenge Rob Ashdown Barry Carpenter, and Keith Bovair 2. Perspectives on the National Curriculum Sue Fagg 3. Access for Pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Carol Ouvry Part 2: Responding to the Challenge 4. Approaches to Science Linda Howe 5. A Sensory Science Curriculum Flo Longhorn 6. Aspects of English Judy van Oosterom 7. Meeting the Needs of Pupils within History and Geography Judy Sebba and John Clarke 8. Mathematics for All Brian Robbins 9. Dimensions of Design and Technology Andy Tearle 10. Cross-curricular Approaches to Information Technology Paul Roberts Part 3: Further Implications of the Challenge 11. Access to the National Curriculum for Parents Philippa Russell 12. Annual Reviews: An Active Partnership Nick Hughes and Barry Carpenter 13. Entitled to Learn Together? Ann Lewis 14. Equal Opportunities: Promoting Integrity and Respect Sharon Jeffries 15. Health and Sex Education: A Cross-curricular Theme Jean Gawlinski 16. TVEI and its Relationship to the National Curriculum Bill Cassell, Sylvia Lindoe and Carolyn Skilling 17. Assessment, the National Curriculum and Special Education Needs: Confusion or Consensus? Martyn Rouse Part 4: The Future in Light of the Challenge 18. Training for Change: School-based INSET Anita Gadsby 19. Teacher Education: The Changing Focus Tina Tilstone 20. The Way Ahead Lambert Bignell