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Inclusion

Inclusion is a key part of everything we do at Langley School.

We feel that inclusion should mean all learners are entitled to:

  • a broad , relevant and stimulating environment
  • an environment that will have the greatest impact on their learning
  • an environment where they are able to learn, play and develop alongside each other and others within the local community of schools.

Learning environments should meet the needs of learners, families and communities with effective and efficient use of resources to enable this to happen.

We are continuing to revise our curriculum to make sure that it is broad relevant and stimulating whilst taking into account a range of learning styles. Our curriculum is delivered in creative ways, including through practical activities and visits and a more sensory curriculum and resources for those it is appropriate as advised by the occupational therapist Laura Graham.

As we are co-located with Coppice this provides the opportunity for both Langley and Coppice children to take part in a variety of activities together. Examples of this are joint art works as well as weekly clubs such as Lego and forest rangers. Children from both schools are invited to watch each other’s assemblies and drama productions. Also there have been some joint fund raising events.

The learning environment is continually reviewed so that the opportunities for shared experiences are purposeful, widening their social skills and being part of the child’s learning and development.

Langley is a school where individuals are valued for themselves and where all are expected to give of their best.

 
 

LANGLEY IS A SCHOOL WHERE INDIVIDUALS ARE VALUED FOR THEMSELVES
AND WHERE ALL ARE EXPECTED TO GIVE OF THEIR BEST