Rachel Smith-Green

Head of Inclusion

The Arbor School
Mrs Smith-Green is Head of Inclusion with responsibility for establishing outstanding systems for the identification and education of Persons of Determination, gifted and talented students and pupils with English as an additional language.
Mrs Smith-Green studied at Goldsmiths University in London where she gained an honors degree in Education and Art before embarking on her career in teaching. Her first teaching post was in a large, multicultural, East London school where most of the students spoke English as an additional language. During this post she developed an interest in special educational needs and went on to teach in an all-through special needs setting in Essex, gaining an understanding of autism, down syndrome, ADHD and emotional behavioural difficulties.


17 November, 2022 | 11:30 to 12:15
مالذي نقصده حقاً بالشمولية في المدارس ومؤسسات السنوات المبكرة

ستناقش اللجنة أفضل الممارسات ومساحة التعلم بالإضافة إلى متطلبات التوظيف ونتائج الطلاب

17 November, 2022 | 11:30 to 12:15
What do we actually mean by inclusion in schools and Early Years

The panel will discuss best practices and the learning space plus staffing requirements and student outcomes