Our students benefit from learning in an environment where they feel included and where they are taught in ways that recognise and support their needs as individuals, and as part of a learning community. Our commitment to inclusivity means we recognise and value our diverse student body. It also means we take measures to improve the success of specific groups, where research has shown that the route to educational success is less straightforward.
Staff need to strive to deliver inclusive practice from ‘admissions to alumni ‘and anticipate a range of additional needs for all students at all stages of the student journey including:-
- Realistic admissions that enable achievement.
- Early identification, communication about students support needs,
- Anticipating reasonable adjustments and utilising the Reasonable Adjustment Review Panel.
- Consistent & effective personal tutoring
- Effective teaching and learning and post session support
- Inclusive assessment & feedback
- Field trips/off campus activities, laboratory & practical work
- Academic study skills and pastoral support
- Locating & supporting placements
- Employment & advice about further study