Special Needs in the Early Years
Partnership and Participation
- Rebecca Crutchley - University of East London, UK
Fully up to date with the SEND Code of Practice this book explores all the key contemporary issues relevant to supporting children with special needs in an early years context. Combining theory with practice, it demonstrates how to ensure children’s individual needs are at the heart of early years provision.
Key topics covered include:
- The history and current climate of SEN provision
- Working with Parents
- Models of special needs provision
- Leadership and inclusion
- Professional ethics
- Multi-agency working
- Early intervention
- International perspectives
This core textbook is an essential read for early years students at all levels, and early years practitioners who wish to gain a greater understanding of the core issues affecting special needs provision.
This is a super book that is clear for the students to understand, I referred to this regularly whilst teaching the inclusion module
Useful information for module studies. Was good for linking to practice too.
This is a child centred focused book. It has a good balance of theory and practice which will support students with their knowledge and understanding of SEND in the early years.
A detailed yet accessible text covering guidance for practitioners working with children with special needs in early years settings, with a clear focus on provision of services and the importance of working with families. Recommended for students who wish to work in an educational setting to help develop an understanding of the multi-agency provision available.
A very usefull and informative book for students to use to supplement their knowledge of SEND in the Early Years
I have found this a really useful text and a good addition to our reading list for a module on inclusion in the 3 - 7 age range of the Primary School. Will continue to use and recommend as a good and accessible source.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1: Legislation and Policy: Towards a Participatory Partnership