04:48AM, Wednesday 26 June 2013
Manor Green School in Maidenhead has been nationally recognised as a Centre of Excellence for Inclusion.
This follows two visits from an Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM) Assessor to the school in Elizabeth Hawkes Way.
The award recognises schools which meet criteria such as successfully responding to the needs of the whole school community and seeking to maximise success for each and every learner.
Manor Green teaches children who have special educational needs.
Manor Green was recognised in areas which include demonstrating plans to develop their inclusive practice and for their capacity to share good inclusion practice across a broader cluster of schools.
Headteacher Ania Hildrey, who has led the school since 2010, confirmed Manor Green's commitment to promoting inclusive ways of working.
She said: “I am passionate about the excellent work we do here at Manor Green School and immensely proud of this national recognition of our expertise.
"I look forward to working with all local schools who wish to either share good practice or learn from our successes over the coming years.”
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