By Chris Dukes

This primary publication within the fingers on publications sequence presents step by step guideline on find out how to make your pre-school surroundings inclusive, and gives plenty of useful reproducible assets, checklists, and functional actions. concerns lined comprise: suggestion on inclusive environments, play and making plans to satisfy person wishes in zero – three and beginning level settings; assurance of present laws, equivalent to the incapacity Discrimination Act (DDA) and what it capacity for the pre-school practitioner; quick-reference fabrics, for making plans and auditing any early years atmosphere; and a CD Rom with templates that may be custom-made to suit you.

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QXD 3/10/06 6:38 pm Page 23 Ideas to try Getting to know you Ensure that you have enough time to prepare for a child’s arrival. g. during a visit see who gets along well with both child and parent A Practical Guide to Pre-school Inclusion. QXD 3/10/06 6:38 pm Page 24 A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PRE-SCHOOL INCLUSION Hello and goodbye Feeling welcome is important to all of us. When you make an effort to let children and their carers know that they are welcome you are building a foundation of trust and mutual respect.

Sarah loves books and story times. Priya Priya finds it very hard to sit still; she is constantly on the move and has little sense of any danger. Priya has a habit of getting out of the room and playground. Simon Simon has allergies to some foods and various outdoor plants. He has an inquisitive nature and loves to try out new things. Annabel Annabel is a child who has to take many different kinds of medicine to stay healthy. Her mother is anxious about leaving her as she needs medicine administered throughout the day.

This allows children more independence in choosing activities and also helps at tidy-up time! ◗ When buying or replacing furniture consider buying a variety of different heights. Most manufactures offer matching chairs and tables of varying heights and at least one should accommodate a wheelchair. ◗ Look out for chairs offering extra support for children for whom sitting is difficult. These often take the form of animal shapes and are very appealing. ◗ Different colour furniture and storage can be useful to delineate areas of the Pre-school.

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