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Plans that involve supporting an individual should be focused on their needs and interests and wherever possible we should involve them in the planning process.
By working in a person centred, inclusive way you are looking at the whole person, their abilities, strengths, interests and learning style, as well as any learning needs or disabilities.
It requires children and young people to be active and responsible participants in their learning, giving them a say in their learning through target setting, choice and decision making. This gives them a sense of ownership and enables them to become more proactive in their learning and to be more in control. This in turn gives them the motivation to learn – they can see where they are, where they want to be and the steps they need to take to get there.
By being person centred and inclusive you are not restrictive, but allow for learning opportunities that suit the child because you plan and target set with them. This creates a closer match between the child and the curriculum, allowing them to learn and develop at their own level and build on their knowledge.
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