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Scott Lower is an inclusive school and we celebrate the fact that each and every child is unique and therefore, the educational needs of every child are different; this is especially the case for children with Special Educational Needs. We have been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark in recognition of the fact that every child is treated as an individual.
We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individuals or groups of children. This includes those who may be missing out, difficult to engage or feeling in some way apart from what the school seeks to provide. Equality of opportunity is a reality for all our children. We provide this through the attention we pay to the different individuals and groups of children within our school.
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We aim to create a school community in which every child matters and thrives. We provide each child with the opportunity for growth – personal, emotional and intellectual. We aim to ensure that every child fulfils their potential and has the opportunity to excel. At Sharnbrook John Gibbard Lower School we all work together to create an exciting and stimulating learning adventure for everyone.
Shortstown Primary School is an inclusive school which has a positive impact on children’s lifelong learning and achievement through high expectations in a creative and motivating environment.
We aim to provide an exceptional quality of education and a safe and happy learning environment to develop the full potential of every child through a caring Christian ethos which will enable them to make a positive contribution to the global community.
We are a caring, Christian school where we show respect and take responsibility for each other so that we all feel safe and happy. We enjoy working hard and finding out about the world so that when we grow up we can help to make our world a better place.
God’s will be done through work and play; As we follow Jesus day by day.
‘All schools have duties under the Equality Act 2010 towards individual disabled children and young people. They must make reasonable adjustments to prevent them being put at a substantial disadvantage.’ ‘Schools also have wider duties to prevent discrimination, to promote equality of opportunity and to foster good relations’ (Quotations taken from the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years-September 2014).
The Hills Academy is an inclusive school and actively seeks to promote the inclusion of pupils with SEN and disabilities. We use our best endeavours to ensure that all pupils with SEN and disabilities are able to fully participate in the life of the school, both in their learning and in the wider provision and life of the school.
Our shared vision is to provide a happy and stimulating learning environment where all children thrive and will recognise and achieve their full potential, so that they can become good citizens of the future.
… a friendly, caring place where children and adults feel they make a contribution and are valued as individuals.
… a safe place with good behaviour and values, where children learn respect for themselves and others.
…a place where children develop a love of learning inspired by quality teaching that builds upon strengths and talents.
… a partnership between children, parents, staff, governors, other schools and the community as a whole.
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