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What works for you? - Barriers and supports at school

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a) During lessons
b) During break
c) At lunch time
d) Outside, moving between classrooms
e) During special events (like school concerts, charity days)
f) On school trips and visits

Can you say a bit more?

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a) When the whole class is working together
b) Working by yourself
c) Practical classes (like Art, Science)
d) Sports, games, dance, gym
e) Tests, assessments, exams
 Yes, all the timeYes, most of the timeYes, some of the timeVery occasionallyNo, not reallyNever
3. Do you find it easy to join in with school activities?
4. Do you find it easy to learn in class?
5. Do you find it easy to get on with your classmates?
6. Do you find it easy to get on with your teachers and / or other people who work in the school?
7. And what about life outside school? Do you find it easy to do the things you want to do?
8. When you need support, where are the best places to find it?*


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