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Headteacher Sue Tinson has risked Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£500,000 of personal debt to open a school for girls with complex emotional and behavioural issues. This whole-school video on inclusion in secondary reveals Sue's methods and practices.
To many of the girls, The Serendipity Centre, a Southampton-based school set within an adapted bungalow, provides a last chance at education. Sue shows the methods and practices she's developed to work effectively with this hard-to-reach group.
This video, which addresses SEN as part of Every Child Matters, also looks at what can be done with some of society's most vulnerable teenagers, questioning whether a damaged childhood necessarily leads to a damaged life.
Part of the series: School Matters