Education and Inclusion Support Services​​

Improving opportunities, experiences and outcomes through inclusive practices


Founded by Rosie Green, Solutions for Inclusion stemmed from a desire to impact positively on the lives and educational outcomes of vulnerable children and young people, including those with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities and Medical Conditions. 

Solutions for Inclusion is a purpose driven organisation offering solutions for inclusion, in meaningful and impactful ways, to education settings, individuals and organisations.

Mental Health and Wellbeing is central to the work that we do.

The Founder

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Rosie Green

M.Ed. Inclusive Education, B.A. (Honours) with Q.T.S

With a wealth of relevant personal experience and over fifteen years of professional experience in the education sector, Rosie decided to set up Solutions for Inclusion and is now helping others by sharing her passion, expertise and insight.

Rosie embarked on her teaching career by completing a Batchelor of Arts Honours degree course in Teaching Studies and English at Bishop Grosseteste University. With a young family and family businesses, including an alternative education provision in the mix, Rosie soon realised where her passion and natural abilities lay; in the inclusion of all children and young people.

After teaching in mainstream schools in the Lincolnshire area, Rosie took up an opportunity to work with an inspirational Education Leader whose innovative work encompassed a range of personalised learning programmes to support vulnerable children and young people, including those with Special Educational Needs, Disabilities, Medical Needs and Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.


As a Specialist Teacher, working with children and young people with complex and medical needs for over ten years, Rosie continued to add to her knowledge by completing Professional Development opportunities. She gained further insight into the potential barriers to participation and learning for vulnerable learners; seeking the views of children and young people, and their parents or carers were of paramount importance.

Rosie completed a Master of Education degree in Inclusive Education at the University of Hull in 2015. The work of academics such as Professor Kiki Messiou and Professor Mel Ainscow, inspired Rosie’s dissertation: Does secondary school reintegration support inclusive practice? Exploring pupil, teacher and support staff perceptions of inclusion for learners with medical needs. As a professional advocate of inclusive practices in education, Rosie aspired to improve life chances and to contribute to narrowing the attainment gap for vulnerable children and young people.


Later, as a Lead Teacher for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities for a local authority, Rosie supported school improvement through capacity building, providing support and challenge to school leaders and staff across the local area. Rosie provided expert advice to mainstream primary, secondary and other educational settings; consulting with School Leaders, Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators, teachers and other adults who were charged with supporting learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

With an understanding of the necessity for effective, multi-agency collaboration in the quest for policies being reflected in practice, Rosie continues to work with a range of professionals including those in Health and Social Care. In addition, Rosie is a certified Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming; she utilises this training to impact positively upon many aspects of her life and professional practices.

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