Our school is an inclusive school. We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation that can hinder or exclude individual pupils, or groups of pupils. This means that equality of opportunity must be a reality for our children. We make this a reality through the attention that we pay to the different groups of children within our school, including:
- girls and boys;
- minority ethnic and faith groups;
- children who need support to learn English as an additional language;
- children with special educational needs;
- able, gifted and talented children;
- children who are at risk of disaffection or exclusion;
- asylum seekers.
The National Curriculum is our starting point for planning a curriculum that meets the specific needs of individuals and groups of children. We meet these needs through:
- setting suitable learning challenges;
- responding to children's diverse learning needs;
- overcoming potential barriers to learning and assessment for individuals and groups of pupils;
- providing other curricular opportunities outside the National Curriculum to meet the needs of individuals or groups of children.
We achieve educational inclusion by continually reviewing what we do, through asking ourselves these key questions:
- do all our children achieve their best?
- are there differences in the achievement of different groups of children?
- what are we doing for those children who we know are not achieving their best?
- are our actions effective?
- are we successful in promoting racial harmony and preparing pupils to live in a diverse society?
Your can read more about inclusion at Harry Gosling by going to our policies page.
To find out more information about what Tower Hamlets offers families, children and young people from birth to 25, click on the link below.
Pupil Premium Grant Expenditure
Please click here for our Pupil Premium Grant Strategy Statement for 2022-2023 and the Review of Outcomes for the Previous Academic Year.