We’re very proud to have been awarded the Inclusion Chartermark. It’s fantastic to be recognised as having great inclusive practice because effective inclusion helps all our pupils: gifted and talented and those with learning difficulties; native English speakers and those with English as an additional language; confident, active pupils and quiet, shy learners.
Here are a few quotes from the report:
…a wonderful working, learning and playing
The school radiates an atmosphere of trust, warmth, fun and a sense of belonging.
Relationships are at the heart of the school life.
Pupils comment that their teachers made learning fun.
Well done to all our staff, pupils and parents. A special mention must go to Mrs Weekes, our Inclusion Manager, who has worked so hard in the last couple of years to make our practice in this area even better.