The first step towards personalised learning for children with CLDD is to understand the profile of
the learning difficulty associated with each child's condition. Following this, you
should deploy effective and supportive teaching and learning strategies.
The Schools Network's CLDD briefing packs cover ten areas of complex needs and will help you to support, develop and engage each child.
Each pack is written at three levels, each of which is tiered to your professional learning.
Think about how you could use these packs to promote, guide and support collaboration.
The Inquiry Framework for Learning is an educational practice framework.
It is designed to support educators in exploring and developing personalised learning
pathways and transdisciplinary team working. It also encourages multidisciplinary
The framework is structured around 12 areas of inquiry with guided questions for investigation.
In what ways might this approach foster a ‘culture of Inquiry’ in your school?