‘…All too often, sadly, teachers see withdrawing a challenging pupil from their classroom as the answer. But often this approach doesn't work. The child is withdrawn and offered additional support, and then an attempt is made to reintegrate them back into the classroom. But, because of many factors, this attempt at reintegration is often unsuccessful. And so the cycle of failure begins again… Schools need to support all children's needs, and these needs are becoming more complex. All teachers are now Sendcos in their own right, coordinated by the one who has the title. It has to be a whole-school approach…’ Colin Harris led a school in a deprived area of Portsmouth for more than two decades. His last two Ofsted reports were 'outstanding' across all categories. Do you agree with Colin Harris? Has the day of one person dealing with special needs in the school gone? Is a whole-school approach the right way to support all children’s needs?