Inclusion or inclusive practice can be defined as attitudes and methods that ensure all learners can access mainstream education. Everyone works to make sure all learners feel welcome and valued, and that they get the right support to help them develop their talents and achieve their goals. When education is truly inclusive it can actually benefit all learners, not just those children with additional or special needs.
At St Paul’s we work extremely hard to make all of our policies, practices and curriculum fully inclusive. We are determined to give all of our children exactly what they need to thrive and learn.
Inclusion means different things for different children. It can be a simple as a pencil grip to help your child with their handwriting, to having specialistic provision to help your child learn.