Is inclusion at school for everyone?

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Marden High School in Tyneside, a mainstream school, believes that everyone benefits from inclusion whereas nearby Southlands, a senior school for children with moderate learning difficulties, believes that not everybody's needs are met in a mainstream school.

Twins Elliot and Lewis share their views on why they think attending the mainstream school is good for them.

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