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medium term planning in a special needs setting

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by celtictom, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. hi
    same message from a few days ago because there seemed to be an error
    i teach in a special needs school. we have children in groups with ability ranging from p levels to national curriculum. i have a copy of 'medium term planning for special settings' by primary national strategy 2004 http://www.edu.dudley.gov.uk/numeracy/Primary/sen/lowerks2.pdf
    i was wondering is there an updated version of this that ties in with the renewed framework?

    thanks tom
     
  2. hi
    same message from a few days ago because there seemed to be an error
    i teach in a special needs school. we have children in groups with ability ranging from p levels to national curriculum. i have a copy of 'medium term planning for special settings' by primary national strategy 2004 http://www.edu.dudley.gov.uk/numeracy/Primary/sen/lowerks2.pdf
    i was wondering is there an updated version of this that ties in with the renewed framework?

    thanks tom
     

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