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Integrating pupils with complex needs into mainstream school

Ofsted good practice example showing how St John Bosco School has established a caring, inclusive learning environment.

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This example explains how St John Bosco School has successfully established a caring, inclusive learning environment where all types of difference are celebrated. The school is proactive in accessing specialist provision to support pupils with disabilities and complex needs through dual placement partnerships with local special schools

Published 5 March 2013