This free resource for primary schools provides response sheets which will help children with disabilities express their feelings about the daily barriers they encounter and their feelings towards school
Draw and write response sheet to encourage inclusion of children with disability
Written by Margaret Collins
When a child with some kind of disability first arrives in school, there is little insight into how he or she feels about themselves and the prospect of settling in. This free resource will provide useful response sheets which will encourage children to express themselves via writing and drawing.
These response sheets will provide a valuable reference point for later in the child’s education and help schools promote effective inclusion.
This resource is an extract from Inclusion in the Primary Classroom.
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