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We are a national campaigning and information-sharing network led by disabled people. We campaign for all disabled learners to have the right to access and be supported in mainstream education. ALLFIE believes that the whole education experience should be inclusive of disabled learners, both inside and outside the classroom. Disabled and non-disabled learners learning together creates opportunities for the building of relationships and the creation of an inclusive society that welcomes everyone.

ALLFIE's main focus is on the English education system and law, but we also work with partner campaigning organisations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as well as partners in Europe.

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London Marathon 2016

Our amazing supporter Richard Alderson ran the London Marathon on 24th April in aid of ALLFIE, in a time of 3 hours, 3 minutes and 40 seconds. You can read all about why he feels so strongly about inclusive education in the current edition of Inclusion Now and on the MyDonate event page.

Please give generously to our Marathon appeal and support our campaign for education that includes disabled people!

 

LATEST UPDATES AND BRIEFINGS

The Government announcement that all existing local authority schools will be converted into academies by 2022 is very likely to increase disability-related discrimination, is bad for inclusion and is a fundamental breach of the Government's obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Research carried out individually by the Independent Academies Commission, the Guardian and National Union of Teachers has highlighted academy schools' bad practice including the overuse of exclusions, removing SEN children from the roll at Key Stage 4 and transferring them into maintained mainstream schools. The Government's announcement alongside the recent change in the law which allows Special Academies to admit SEN children can only signal a plan to deny SEN children access to mainstream education, and is further evidence of the wider attack on inclusive education practice. Download the statement.

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The Alliance for Inclusive Education
Registered Office:
336 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AA
Phone 020 7737 6030
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Company No: 5988026
Charity No: 1124424
Registered in England

ALLFIE is funded by:

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