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Section 1: ‘Quality First Teaching’ expectations

The quality first teaching expectations and related good practice examples outlined in this section will benefit all children and young people. This includes those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), additional needs or those from disadvantaged groups. For children and young people requiring additional or different support, you, as a teacher, learning support assistant or equivalent, will have a fundamental role in implementing each child’s ‘Assess, Plan, Do, Review‘ support cycle.

Ordinarily Available Inclusive Practice Guide Nov 2021
Ordinarily Available Inclusive Practice Guide Nov 2021

Reflective practice is a vital element of quality first teaching and to facilitate discussion and planning, we haev organise Section 1 into nine key areas: