An accessible introduction to the main areas of inclusion to guide primary teachers. Providing an overview of the main aspects of the SEND Code of Practice this book translates these into practical strategies and ideas for the primary classroom. Covering topics such as what an inclusive class looks like, the responsibilities of the teacher as well as providing a jargon buster for all those hard to understand terms this book will help teachers to implement the code and ensure their classroom is an inclusive environment for every child. It will also help new teachers to see their place in the grand scheme of educating a child with SEND to give them the skills they will need for an independent life. Feel supported by real classroom anecdotes from the primary classroom only, charts, exercises and advice for how to implement inclusion into your everyday practice.