A Practical Guide to Pre-school Inclusion (Hands on Guides) by Chris Dukes

By Chris Dukes

This primary ebook within the palms on publications sequence presents step by step guide on easy methods to make your pre-school surroundings inclusive, and gives plenty of precious reproducible assets, checklists, and sensible actions. concerns lined contain: suggestion on inclusive environments, play and making plans to satisfy person wishes in zero – three and origin level settings; assurance of present laws, comparable to the incapacity Discrimination Act (DDA) and what it capacity for the pre-school practitioner; quick-reference fabrics, for making plans and auditing any early years environment; and a CD Rom with templates that may be custom-made to suit you.

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He has an inquisitive nature and loves to try out new things. Annabel Annabel is a child who has to take many different kinds of medicine to stay healthy. Her mother is anxious about leaving her as she needs medicine administered throughout the day. ◗ What kind of planning should be carried out before these children start at your setting? Further reading Department of Education and Skills (DfES)/Department of Health (2005) Managing Medicines in Schools and Early Years Settings. QXD 3/10/06 6:44 pm Page 44 CHAPTER FOUR Play and learning: creating inclusive opportunities The aim of this chapter is to illustrate how to create a successful play environment and how to become a supportive play partner.

The chapter also offers suggestions for additional activities designed to build on the topics covered, and a list of recommended further reading. Creating an inclusive environment It is recognised that no two Pre-school settings are the same; they range from school nurseries, children’s centres and independent schools to community groups. Some are housed in purposebuilt premises and offer full day care to babies, toddlers and young children. Others may be local groups operating from rented premises such as church halls or community centres, offering part-time provision.

See LEA staff Carefully position storage units, considering ease of access Clearly label everything using a variety of methods Rounded edges are preferable. Maintain furniture carefully Have tables and chairs of various heights to allow for wheelchairs A Practical Guide to Pre-school Inclusion. QXD 3/10/06 6:38 pm Page 32 A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PRE-SCHOOL INCLUSION Playing out Changes to outdoor areas can range from very simple adjustments to larger projects, such as creating a sensory garden, providing large-scale play equipment adapted for wheelchairs or specialist play surfaces.

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