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Inclusive Skills Competitions 2015

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01 April 2015

A growing number of leaders and teachers in organisations that work with students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities share a passionate belief in the value of competition activities for their learners. Steps are being taken to develop national competitions through the Association of National Specialist...

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What the students say

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