Inclusion Development Programme: areas of need

Tool - 07 Aug 2015

The Inclusion Development Programme (IDP) was part of the government’s strategy to improve outcomes for children with special educational needs and was first outlined in Removing Barriers to Achievement. Although some of the terminology is now outdated, the resources still offer effective advice and support.

The IDP resources are now housed on the SEND Gateway as separate resources:

  • Supporting pupils on the autism spectrum
  • supporting children with SLNC in the EYFS
  • Support children with autism in the EYFS
  • Supporting children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulteis in the EYFS
  • Dyslexia and SLCN
  • Supporting pupils with behavioural, emotioanl and social difficulties

Go to http://www.sendgateway.org.uk and find them under DfE resources.

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