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Information for childcare professionals working in Kingston and Richmond

Benefitting from Inclusion Hub knowledge

  In addition to the support available directly from the Inclusion Hubs, a bank of resources has been developed during the Inclusion Hub project to support all early years settings. These resources include: case studies from the project, learning materials from the professionals and short films.

Educational Psychology

A case study from an Inclusion Hub setting on how they made adjustments and applied interventions to support a child with significant emotional and sensory needs (pdf)

Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy

Early Years Occupational Therapy resource pack including strategies and advice (opens a new window)

Short films that demonstrate movement and exercise techniques that you can use with children (opens a new window)


Portage advice, activities and story library (opens a new window)

Sensory Impairment

Glue Ear information leaflet (opens a new window) (the most common sensory impairment in the early years)

For parents:

Parent handbook to share with parents of children with a hearing impairment (opens a new window)

Speech, Language and Communication Needs


For parents:

Partnership Working

A case study from an Inclusion Hub setting on how they work closely with their local Children's Centre (opens a new window)  

Learning from the journey to becoming an Inclusion Hub

A case study from Advantage Day Nursery about the benefits becoming an Inclusion Hub (opens a new window)