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  • Created on: 20-05-18 10:33

1. Ainscow et al (2006)

  • The claim that British Values are wholly British is troublesome
  • Questions viewpoints on inclusion that only focus on disabled/SEN pupils, neglecting the remainder of the school population - if inclusive, means ALL pupils
  • SMSC responsibility of all class teachers
  • Before we ensure all schools are completely inclsuive, need to teach British Values
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2. Lander (2016)

  • Pupils with SEN should as far as possible be educated in mainstream schools
  • The claim that British Values are wholly British is troublesome
  • SMSC responsibility of all class teachers
  • By inclusion, we mean not only pupils with SEN should receive their education in a mainstream school but that they should full join their peers in the curriculum and life of the school

3. Green Paper, DfEE, (1999)

  • The claim that British Values are wholly British is troublesome
  • By inclusion, we mean not only pupils with SEN should receive their education in a mainstream school but that they should full join their peers in the curriculum and life of the school
  • Pupils with SEN should as far as possible be educated in mainstream schools
  • SMSC responsibility of all class teachers

4. Maylor (2010)

  • Differences between races
  • The claim that British Values are wholly British is troublesome
  • Before we ensure all schools are completely inclsuive, need to teach British Values
  • Pupils with SEN should as far as possible be educated in mainstream schools

5. Ajegbo Report (2007)

  • Various weaknesses of the make up and delivery of citizenship education
  • Philosophy and policy sometimes have differences and create tensions
  • Before we ensure all schools are completely inclsuive, need to teach British Values

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