Helping to find and support children with dual or multiple exceptionalities

DCSF publication 2008

This booklet

Gifted and talented learners are not a homogeneous group. The focus of the National

Strategy for gifted and talented children is increasingly concerned with adapting

provision to meet differing needs. Following on from the DfES publication Guidance on

preventing underachievement: a focus on dual or multiple exceptionality, this DCSF

booklet offers more detail in identifying and supporting children who are highly able

with sensory impairment, learning problems, conduct issues and/or disabilities.


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