Inclusion Chartermark

Tuesday 17 November 2009

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.