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Inclusion makes good educational sense and is fundamental to school improvement. An inclusive school ensures all its members feel they have a part to play in society. In the development of our new policy we will be paying close attention to the new SEND Code of Practice, The Equality Act 2010, Disability Discrimination Act and Removing Barriers to Achievement.
At Springfield we believe that Inclusion means the continuous process of increasing the presence, participation and achievement of all children, young people and adults in the local community.
“Inclusion is about engendering a sense of community and belonging. Inclusive schools have:

  • an inclusive ethos
  • a broad and balanced curriculum for all children
  • systems for early identification of barriers to learning and participation
  • high expectations and suitable targets for all children”

    The governors and staff recognise that learners may have additional needs throughout or at any time during their school career. Staff will take into account planning for children’s individual needs.

The provision made therefore enables children to participate effectively in all curriculum and assessment activities in addition to broader aspects of school life.

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