This project stresses that teachers have abundant sources of information regarding the disabilities of students and the suitable ways to teach the disable students. Teachers in UK frequently refer to such informative websites to enhance their knowledge and gauge their teaching in accordance with the individualistic and collective requirements of the students with special needs.
This essay declares that considering the extent of cognitive development in the children of that age, children entering the primary school are expected to comprehend a lot of what is said, be able to convey their point clearly and effectively, discuss their sentiments with others and make their needs realized by others. Such a basic level of expertise in speech is fundamental to the effective social, emotional and cognitive development of children. A young child commencing studies in the primary school undergoes a big transition in his life. The child has to make his/her own place in a new and tougher learning environment. Many children have to struggle to adjust with the new community and socialize with others in the new environment. “At 11 years old only a fifth of children with significant speech, language and communication needs reach the expected levels for their age in both English and Maths” . Many children have to cope with a sense of dual or multiple identities depending upon their indigenous culture/cultures which they come from and the culture of the UK in which they have to live.