Inclusive Education

Inclusion is an ongoing process that aims to increase access and engagement in learning for all students by identifying and removing barriers.

(Learning diversity and the IB Programmes: Special educational needs within the lnternational Baccalaureate programmes, 2010:3)

In Sreenidhi International School we believe that the difference and the diversity are central where all students receive meaningful and equitable access to the learning curriculum. The focus would be in practicing differentiation by identifying a student’s learning style, scaffolding their learning and differentiating instructions in the curriculum in order to develop the student’s true potential. In this whole ongoing process the students are constantly motivated to learn from multiple perspectives and through collaborative learning-teaching approaches we bring in positive outcomes such as improved academic and social skills, increased self-esteem and more positive relationships with others in the community.

We follow the IB identified four principles of good practice that promote equal access to the curriculum for all learners across the continuum, but that are particularly relevant to those with special needs. The visual representation is given below.
“It is not difference, but the difference we make of it, that matters”. (Minow 1990) 




Surekha took an action by cycling everyday , after knowing the importance of doing physical activity in the exhibition classes . Initially she started doing cycling for half an hour a day , later on she is cycling for an hour everyday . She is trying to cycle everyday , but at least she could manage to cycle once in every alternative day . The other day she is participating in other games / sports like running with her friend
Thursday , 9th April , 2015.  

 Yours respectfully ,

 Rani Putta (mother)

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