Inclusion at ISCS

Inclusion at the International School of Creative Science

At ISCS Nad Al Sheba, we believe passionately in the importance of inclusion, for all our children, and adults. We strive to make sure these values are at the heart of our inclusion practises, and Islamic ethos. ISCS is committed to becoming a fully inclusive school, and we set high expectations and ambitions for all our children, to participate in every part of school life, while focusing on their wellbeing and progress.

ISCS Nad Al Sheba, by promoting an inclusive ethos, aims to support children by removing barriers to their inclusion whether for individuals, or groups of children, and respond to a spectrum of diverse needs, by setting suitable challenges that are best placed to bring out their full potential.

Every member of staff shares the responsibility and ownership to remove barriers to learning for all students, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, special needs, attainment, and background, to fulfil their full potential.

We recognise the need to implement our ethos in the classroom and beyond, to meet the needs of our children. We want them to be safe, achieve well, be healthy, enjoy life, and grow up to be successful adults who will make a positive contribution to the society in which they live.

We firmly believe that all children are entitled to be educated alongside their peers, as much as possible, and very few exceptions are made.

As an inclusive school, we are committed to developing inclusive cultures, policies and practices. We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that may hinder or exclude individual students, or groups of students, by seeking the voices of all within the school community. We believe that an effective school is an inclusive school.

Furthermore, we at ISCS Nad Al Sheba ensure an effective programme is in place to identify students who are gifted and talented, and make certain they are provided with an abundance of opportunities to further hone and develop their gifts and talents.

Inclusion Handbook