Inclusive education means supporting all pupils to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of school life alongside their peers. Our curriculum includes, not only the formal requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum / National Curriculum, but also a range of additional opportunities to enrich the experiences of all pupils.
The Curriculum also included the social aspects that are essential for lifelong learning, personal growth and development of independence.
- Using a range of teaching and learning styles.
- Differentiated learning materials.
- Access to ICT and Technology.
- Additional in class support.
- Additional out of class support.
- Flexible groupings – including small group support work.
- An innovative and supportive curriculum.
- The appropriate use of school rewards.
- Mentoring and counselling
- A range of extra-curricular activities.
To ensure pupils follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum or the National Curriculum at their level and pace, we make teaching staff aware of and work on ways to be sensitive to their specific needs. All children will be included in all school activities so they can gain confidence, become more independent and share their achievements.
This will be in partnership with parents the children involved and outside agencies working alongside the child. The teacher will make an early identification and can plan and provide extra support as and when needed. The teacher will tailor and make suitable provision for children with SEND that promotes their own interests and abilities. We will review our provision and practise regularly to make sure we make our learning personal.