The activities in this programme demonstrate ways in which inclusive learning can be...
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A LARGE GROUP OF CHILDREN play in the playground.
A SMALLER GROUP OF CHILDREN stand in formation and sing ‘Frère Jacques’. At the front an ENTHUSIASTIC CHILD conducts them.
At the back of the formation four children, THEA, NIELS, CAMILLE B, CORENTIN W, look bored.
THEA puts her hand in her pocket and takes out a large piece of chalk. She signals to her three friends to move to the other side of the playground.
The four children slink away from the singing group.
The other children nod excitedly and NIELS points at the ground.
CAMILLE B grabs the chalk from THEA, goes into a squatting position and begins to draw out the game map. THEA looks sulky and folds her arms over her chest.
As CAMILLE B draws the numbers on the ground NIELS and CORENTIN W chant the numbers out loud...