This report approves that the authorities who are responsible for design school curriculums should keep in mind that the curriculum should portray what standard the school system aims to achieve and if it aims at all the students belonging to different ability levels. An ideal curriculum should be able to portray the objectives of children and young people as healthy individuals and disciplined citizens. It should spot out the results and outcomes regarding knowledge, skill and expertise. It should help each and every child make a progress in his academic and personal career, not only inside the care home but also in the outside world.
This essay makes a conclusion that designing a perfect curriculum that guarantees inclusive practice, especially in children residential schools and care houses, is a huge responsibility on the shoulders of the concerned school authorities. It as “a continuous, cyclic process” (Ministry of Education 2009) which involves an extensive decision-making process so as to meet the learners’ needs efficiently. The curriculum should be able to adjust both the curricular and non-curricular activities so that the students tend to learn different aspects of life and try to apply this learning in different areas of their personal lives. This way, not only they will be able to meet the academic demands of their curriculum, but also they will be able to excel in their everyday lives. Thus, inclusive practice is vital to engage students in the teaching process to eventually enhance their learning process.