Research and analysis

Creating an inclusive school community

Ofsted good practice example showing how Central Street Infant and Nursery School creates an inclusive community.

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Central Street Infant and Nursery School - Good practice example.doc

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Knowledge of different types of families ensures that all parents and carers are welcomed into this inclusive school community, regardless of their sexuality and backgrounds. Provision in the Early Years Foundation Stage and in Key Stage 1 ensures that pupils whose parents and carers or family members are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered (LGBT) feel included. The school has successfully tackled homophobic language, attitudes and behaviour.