An Evaluative Case Study of a Daily Gross Motor Exercise Programme for Students with Special Educational Needs in a Mainstream Primary School
Keywords:Inclusion, Inclusive Education, Exercise Programme, EP, SEN, Special Educational Needs
In the current inclusive educational environment schools are challenged to serve an increasingly diverse student population. This requires an imaginative approach to creating authentic initiatives which can move beyond traditional parameters. This article describes a research project which was undertaken to evaluate one such initiative; a daily gross motor exercise programme (EP) for students with special educational needs (SEN). It reports the findings of the study, their impact on the research site and potential implications for other schools.
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