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October 18, 2017
by Kim Rennie
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“Everyone is different…”

“But that means everyone can fit in” (Paddington The Movie, 2014) Just from one quote, Paddington the Movie could stem a lot of lessons about inclusion, respecting diversity and expressing feelings. However, this was not the reason behind watching this film. We had been told about Paddington the Movie in our social studies elective as …

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November 22, 2015
by Ruth Duck
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Too much pressure on children?

Thus With the introduction of standardised testing in Scotland are we further removing children from their childhood and just instilling the pressure of education earlier. The belief is that these tests will increase attainment in schools. The results of these test will also be published to create league tables for primary schools. However, I feel […] Continue reading

October 2, 2015
by Samantha MacDonald
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Integration of Special Needs in the Classroom

Integration within the primary school is a big concern for many people in our society, children and adults, but I do not see the issue with it. In my opinion, I feel that children from the age of 5-12  need to be able to see the world for what it is. They need to realise […] Continue reading

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