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The Framework was produced from action research undertaken by the AchieveAbility National Network in partnership with East of England Aimhigher, Quintin Kynaston School and Northallerton HMYOI.

Devised by Katherine Hewlett in collaboration wiyth Kate Byford, David Crabtree and Shareen Taylor yhe Framework is in two sections. The first section providing a backgournd to the AchieveAbility Interventions Framework training and provides recommendations from the action research. The second section provides a step by step framework on the implementation of whole institutional inclusive teaching practice, using the Quintin Kynaston School as a case study.

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The AchieveAbility Interventions Framework is a publication and a training programme to support whole class learning. It consists of a booklet which ocntains principles, resources, descriptive bachground, examples of materials and a CD-ROM with further resources and a training programme.

The Framework was developed in collaboration with SpLD experts, teachers, widening participation experts and are the result of a substantial piece of research work with four schools and colleges in London and the East of England. The research highlighted existing good teaching practice and demonstrated the benefit of these materials in mainstream education for all learners.

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Inclusive Learning in Practice is an innovative programme which is being offered in partnership with AchieveAbility National Network, LLU+ South Bank University (the validating institution) and the West London Lifelong Learning Network.

It aims to support teachers' development of inclusive practice working with learners with learning differences with specific reference to the teaching and learning of their specialist subject.

This is achieved by means of twelve taught sessions and an action research project, all of which enable participants to focus their study on their own classroom practice in the context of their own particular needs and those of their schools and colleges.

Please click onto this PDF to download the publication.
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