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Preparing to Receive & Support a Pupil with Down Syndrome in a Mainstream School
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Preparing to Receive and Support a Pupil with Down Syndrome in a Mainstream School

Quick, easy-to-read handbook on facilitating inclusion of a pupil with Down Syndrome in a mainstream setting. Written particularly for staff with little or no experience of working with a child with Down Syndrome.

  • Background information on what Down Syndrome is
  • Working in partnership with parent & communication between schools
  • Practical strategies to support pupils academically (thinking skills, motivation & concentration, motor skills, literacy & numeracy)
  • Practical strategies to support pupils pastorally (behaviour management, social inclusion & friendships, life skills)

  • Allay any anxieties or lack of confidence
  • Everything in one handy photociable guide
  • Photocopiable – hand out copies to parents & all support staff

"Although I am experienced in working with learners with Down Syndrome, this guide has prompted me to review my own 'best practice.' Thank you!"
S Holt, SEN Lecturer and Independent Reviewer

"I felt that this was produced by people who really knew what they were talking about & which synthesised a lot of useful information into one user-friendly book."
A Roper, ASL Teacher and Independent Reviewer



What do teachers have to say about this resource? (3021)
'A good document to have in the department... Very concise and particularly helpful, not just for pupils with Downs Syndrome: the advice set out includes all pupils with the named disabilities, e.g. hearing problems, speech clarity, etc.' B Proctor, ASL Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'Very thorough... There were many ideas for new activities and ways of presenting information to the child.' G Howard, SEN Teacher and Independent Reviewer
'This resource provides thorough information/guidance about a pupil with Down Syndrome together with useful strategies that can be applied.' M Anthony, SEN Coordinator and Independent Reviewer


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