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An inclusive approach to religious education

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Little Heath plans and teaches religious education for pupils with special needs

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This example shows a tried and tested way of planning and teaching religious education that addresses many of the concerns expressed by teachers of religious education in special schools, about how best to create an approach to religious education which meets these pupils’ distinctive needs and values their personal experiences.