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Inclusion at Chartham Primary School

At Chartham Primary School, we strongly believe in the potential of all children. We endeavour to provide a curriculum and learning environment that is safe, engaging and stimulating for all.

 

In order to provide this, we continually look to develop our curriculum, to look for new opportunities to engage and stimulate our learners, fostering in them a desire to learn and engaging their natural enquiring minds.

 

All staff at Chartham Primary School demonstrate a desire to provide our learners with a high quality and ambitious education, preparing them for their futures and encouraging children to aim high and believe in themselves.

 

Chartham is a fully inclusive school, and our curriculum is designed and planned to give all of our learners knowledge, skills and understanding of the world. This allows them to grow, discover, and succeed in life.

 

We aim high for all of our learners, recognising the challenges that some learners face and supporting pupils in managing and overcoming these challenges so that they can reach their own, individual potential.

 

We celebrate and recognise children’s skills and strengths in areas of the wider curriculum, and in outside of school activities ensuring that the whole child is nurtured and valued.

 

We actively prepare children for the next stages of their educational journey by liaising closely with nurseries and secondary schools. This ensures a smooth transition for all children, between key stages and year groups.

 

We have high expectations for all of our learners at Chartham Primary School, our school’s five key values (Honesty, Kindness, Respect, Perseverance and Fairness) are echoed through our school rules (Ready, Respectful and Safe). Children understand why we have rules in school, and how our rules and values prepare them for contributing positively to society. Our rules and inclusivity also develop our learners understanding and appreciation of diversity.

 

We are proud to hold the Inclusion Quality Mark here at Chartham Primary School. Please read our full report under the IQM tab within the Inclusion section of our website.

 

If you would like any further information about Inclusion at Chartham Primary School, or to look around our school, please contact the office to make an appointment with Mrs Victoria Elderton who is our Inclusion Manager, and also our designated person at Chartham Primary School to promote the educational achievement of looked after and previously looked after children who are registered pupils at the school.

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