Inclusive Education at the Crossroads

Exploring Effective Special Needs Provision in Global Contexts

Are you worried about the experience your child is having at school? Are you concerned that their educational needs are not being met?

Knowing that their children feel included while they learn is more important than their being part of a mainstream environment calling itself inclusion.

Research over time has repeatedly shown that the involvement of parents is essential in facilitating optimum outcomes for the education of children with SEND (Hornby, 2011; Kauffman et al., 2022).

It is arguably a democratic response to listen to parents’ views and allow them to help shape future policy for SEND (Gordon-Gould & Hornby, 2023).

How I Can Help


As a dedicated Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) specialist, my expertise and services play a pivotal role in fostering an inclusive and supportive educational environment. I strive to fill the gap between parents, schools, and students with special educational needs (SEN). By offering my assistance, I can make a significant impact on the lives of children with diverse learning requirements. See below how I can help parents and schools

My WES (World Education Summit) Presentation


Many parents are now sharing the experience their children have endured within the education system. I have started to compile many stories such as the one below, which point to common themes and shortcomings:

There is a fundamental contradiction …between an intention to treat all learners as essentially the same and an equal opposite intention to treat them as different.” (Warnock quoting Dyson, 2001 in Terzi, 2010).