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Thinking Inclusively

Thinking Inclusively

Thinking Inclusively’ teaches our children to be their best self through the knowledge skills and understanding of how society is enriched by the people in it. They will learn to appreciate how diversity positively impacts on the community and how they can respectfully demonstrate the Fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance.

  • Understand how our society is enriched by the people around us. Develop a voice and opinion about topical issues and different protected characteristics that can be found in our community and why there are perceived barriers to success.
  • It is easy to underestimate the impact of a cultural deficit in a child’s life and the limited exposure to a rich and varied world
  • However, without cultural knowledge and experiences students can underestimate their own worth and confidence.
  • This broader understanding is essential to children’s abilities to make appropriate inferences and their ability to be comfortable and confident in a wide variety of social settings.

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