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Couldn’t read, couldn’t write, we knew we were rubbish but you should see our work now! Part 2

Marion Hampton

In the second part of this series, the literacy journeys of two pupils with challenging behaviour are considered with a particular emphasis on the importance of the pupil’s voice and the use of ICT in providing ways into learning. The article concludes with reflections from both the pupils and the author.Thanks to the English Association for allowing UKLA to reproduce the article.

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