Planning, Teaching and Assessing the Curriculum for Pupils with Learning Difficulties

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This guidance from QCA supports the planning, development and implementation of the curriculum for students with learning difficulties. It is aimed at supporting the work of a range of adults who are concerned with meeting the needs of students with learning difficulties. This includes class teachers, subject coordinators, special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCos), senior managers, teaching assistants, parents, carers, governors, therapists, local authority and advisory support services, and professionals from health, social services and the voluntary sector. It draws on effective practice across a range of schools and can be used in mainstream and special primary and secondary schools, specialised units and independent schools.

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