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Students with learning difficulties: an effective curriculum

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[Withdrawn] Lufton College of Further Education: good practice example

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Lufton College of Further Education has developed an effective individualised curriculum offer to ensure that it meets the specific needs and aspirations of all its students. Many students have complex learning difficulties, including autistic spectrum disorders, social, emotional and mental health difficulties and profound communication difficulties.

Published 27 March 2015