We recognize that an inclusive classroom is a general education classroom where students with and without learning differences learn together. Inclusive classrooms are welcoming and support the diverse academic, social, emotional, and communication needs of all students.
Without training our teachers on inclusive learning practices we’d have great difficulty in identifying dyslexic students.
We focus on our students wellbeing, feeling accepted and supported by their school community is vital, we aim to build a solid foundation where all students can learn and thrive socially, emotionally, and academically. We share skills with local community teachers enabling them to discover ways that educators can create a culture of inclusion in their classrooms, school-wide, and for school activities that take place in and outside of the regular curriculum.