||Disability equality ; 5
Education in video. ^A1165896
||Schools have a duty to all children with special needs whether they have a physical or non-physical condition. This film focuses on the approach taken by Ipsley Middle School in Redditch, which has been commended for its disability policies. Years five and six pupils who have learning difficulties are taken into a core group for English and maths for two hours a day. Older pupils are also brought together for science and languages. The lessons ensure pupils are equipped with skills for everyday life, such as working out measurements and payments. Out-of-school activities include getting on a bus and visiting the cinema. All lessons emphasis the importance of good manners. Ipsley also works closely with the outreach team of a local special school which provides specialist resources to help pupils. The programme is part of a series that examines the requirements of the disability equality laws in schools.
|General note||Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).|
|Other forms||Previously released as DVD.|
|Reproduction note||Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (Education in video). Available via World Wide Web.|
|Language||This edition in English.|
|Genre/form||Instructional television programs.|