What is inclusive play practice in relation to current frameworks?
‘Inclusive practice’ is one of the commitments which supports the EYFS principle ‘A unique child’. The explanation of the commitment includes information about children’s entitlements – their right to be treated fairly regardless of race, religion or abilities.
What does the EYFS framework say about inclusive practice?
Children should be treated fairly regardless of race, religion or abilities. This applies no matter what they think or say; what type of family they come from; what language(s) they speak; what their parents do; whether they are girls or boys; whether they have a disability or whether they are rich or poor.
What is inclusive practice in play?
Inclusive play provides respect for the culture of children’s play and recognises that all individuals are welcomed and valued. As a practitioner, you are an early role model for the children and should respond to children without imposing adult agendas.
What is meant by inclusion and inclusive practice?
inclusive practices. Inclusive practice is a process of identifying, understanding and breaking down barriers to participation and belonging. Inclusion is about ensuring that children and young people, whatever their background or situation, are able to participate fully in all aspects of the life of the school.
How do you promote inclusive play?
Promote Inclusive Play in Your School Playground
- Inclusive Play Equipment. An inclusive and engaging playground should promote active play, by offering playground equipment for ALL children.
- Promote social and emotional development. An inclusive playground conveys cohesion in the school.
- Sensory Play Equipment.
What is inclusive practice in early years settings?
Inclusive practice is a teaching approach that recognises the differences between students and uses this to ensure that all students can access educational content and participate fully in their learning. It understands that no two pupils are the same and ensures that lessons and activities accommodate this.
How do you implement inclusive practice in early years?
embrace and celebrate every child’s uniqueness. treat all children and their families equally and with respect. include and support every child, regardless of ethnic background, culture, language, gender, socio-economic background or disability. ensure that every child is able to participate in activities.
How do you make an inclusive activity?
8 Ways to Make Your Small-Group Activities More Inclusive
- Promote your students’ cooperation and communication skills.
- Provide customized instructional support for students who need extra help.
- Encourage friendships and interactions among kids who don’t normally play together.
Why is inclusive play important?
By equipping children of all abilities with inclusive environments and the skills to play together more independently, children will feel nurtured, encouraged, respected, and active during play – both physically and socially – thereby creating a sense of community among all children.