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Reception Prospective Parent School Tours will be held on the following dates:
Wednesday 13th October at 9:30am and 1:30pm
Monday 1st November at 9:30am
Tuesday 2nd November at 1:30pm
Thursday 6th January at 1:30pm

Please contact the school office to book on a tour. As the tours are during our school day we ask that only one parent/carer and no children come. Thank you for your understanding.

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Cirrus Primary Academy Trust are following the latest information and guidance for educational establishments from Public Health England. Information relating to the virus has been and will continue to be shared on a regular basis. For the latest information specifically relating to Barrow Hedges please click here.

Barrow Hedges Primary School

Inclusion

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What is Inclusion?

To define Inclusion at Barrow Hedges Primary School, we have adopted the definition below from The Association of Head Teachers (2003) which is also supported by Mary Warnock (2005) who many believe is the founder of the ‘Inclusion’ movement:

“Inclusion is a process that maximises the entitlement of all pupils to a broad, relevant and stimulating curriculum, which is delivered in the environment that will have the greatest impact on their learning.  All schools, whether special or mainstream, should reflect a culture in which the institution adapts to meet the needs of its pupils and is provided with the resources to enable this to happen”.

We believe that this best illustrates our school’s commitment to delivering inclusive education for all pupils.  In essence, inclusion is a term that facilitates all pupils, regardless of their level of need or support requirement.  This means that it relates to every pupil at Barrow Hedges Primary School.  However, there are key social groups for whom inclusion is highly relevant, including:

Please follow this link to our Inclusion policy.