Inclusive School Design – accommodating pupils with SEN and disabilities in mainstream schools

Department of Education

Publication date: 2001
Ranking: useful

Published as Building Bulletin 94, it provided advice and guidance on how to accommodate pupils with special educational needs and disabilities in mainstream schools in support of Building Bulletin 91.

The illustrated text examined issues of physical access. It also addressed how to meet the design needs of pupils with sensory, learning, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Practical recommendations are included with case studies that demonstrate how becoming more inclusive can bring benefits to the lives of all pupils who study, rest and play in mainstream schools.

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