Designing for disabled children and children with special educational needs

Children and young people need attractive, accessible school buildings.  ‘Inclusive’ design can enable and empower those with SEN and disabilities to participate fully in life at school and in the wider community. This building bulletin draws together information to help everyone involved in designing these schools to work together to produce good quality, sustainable school premises that support the achievement of the five Every Child Matters outcomes, are inspiring and uplifting, pleasant and convenient for everyone to use

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