We have a warm and welcoming Learning Support Department who go the extra mile to support our students, whether they have significant long term needs or short term difficulties which are presenting a barrier to their learning.
All children have the ability to learn and should be equally valued. Inclusion is most likely to be achieved when their diversity is recognised and regarded positively. All staff at Kings Langley are responsible for inclusion.
Children are entitled to receive a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. We recognise that appropriate advice, support and resources are required to achieve this for some pupils in the mainstream curriculum.
All children and their parents/carers are entitled to be treated with respect and have their views taken into account.
The aim of inclusion is to consider the structure, teaching approaches, pupil grouping and use of support so that they respond to the needs of all students. Special educational provision at Kings Langley is underpinned by high quality teaching in the classroom.
High quality teaching that is differentiated and personalised will meet the individual needs of the majority of children and young people. The value placed on strong relationships with students is a key part of this approach to teaching. Teachers are expected to build respectful and nurturing relationships to develop our students.
Kings Langley School is dedicated to providing learning experiences for all students where there are no limits to achievements. This is done within a diverse and safe environment where all members of the school community are valued and respected.