What do we offer?
Inclusion Partnerships are non-statutory partnerships of school clusters that
embody the collective responsibility for children within the localities they
serve. They are built on a shared moral purpose
and contribute to the vision for Leeds as a Child Friendly City; the aims of
the Leeds Education Challenge; and the model of integrated cluster working facilitated
by the Children’s Services Directorate.
The West Area Inclusion Partnership exists to improve the
inclusion processes, practices, and provision of its member schools through
effective partnership working. It will
promote the educational outcomes of the children served by its schools and
specifically support partner schools in the:
· Prevention of exclusion through earlier, and effective, intervention;
· Provision of high quality experiences to children who cannot manage in a mainstream setting at a particular point in their learning journey; and,
The re-integration of
children into mainstream learning where they can continue to progress through,
and out of, learning into education, employment or training
The West AIP has developed a variety of interventions including the ABC Centre for KS1 pupils in Bramley, the Oasis at St Barts Primary school in Armley and the Oasis at Swinnow Primary in Pudsey which supports KS1 and 2 children, the Oasis in Bramley for KS 3 pupils, W11 in Stanningley also for KS 3 pupils and West 14 in Wortley to support Ks 4 learners.
See additional pages for more detail on these and more services.
For more information please contact [email protected]