I’ve noticed that there is limited provision for students with severe and profound disabilities in mainstream schools in the local area. My old school in West Yorkshire had a full provision for students with variety of special educational needs including learning difficulties, physical disabilities and profound deafness. This provision ensured that students of all needs could access the same high quality opportunities as their peers, as well as supporting all children in learning to accept everyone for who they are.
The provision for students with such specific needs meant that the school was able to offer clubs in areas such as British Sign Language and wheelchair sports, which meant that clubs were accessible to everyone regardless of their need
I think that developing such provision in mainstream schools would be great for individuals who would otherwise have to access a more tailored education, whilst also contributing to celebrating and supporting the diversities of our society
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