Accreditation for inclusion

The accreditation for inclusion is based on the Local Authority 'Practising Inclusion: A Good Practice Guide and Self-Review Framework'

This review framework has 30 key indicators organised under the headings:

  • Leadership
  • Culture
  • Policies
  • Practice

The worthiness of the accreditation is evidenced not only in the school's performance but also in its culture and willingness to review provision in order to offer new opportunities to pupils who may have experienced previous difficulties.

The most effective schools do not take educational inclusion for granted but are prepared to monitor and evaluate the progress each pupil makes and review critically their own practice and culture.

Michael May, improvement adviser (secondary)
Tel: (01482) 392403
Email: michael.may@eastriding.gov.uk

Tim Greenway, improvement adviser (secondary)
Tel: (01482) 392404
Email: tim.greenway@eastriding.gov.uk

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