Delivered by the Inclusion Support Service Kent, our Equality & Inclusion service believe that children and young people’s needs
are paramount and that by working in partnership with staff, other professionals and agencies we can deliver bespoke innovative work that will meet the desired outcomes as identified through consultations.

Our main focus is on raising achievement and improving engagement, wellbeing and inclusion of those who could potentially be more susceptible: Minority Ethnic pupils, Gypsies, Roma or Travellers and those with English as an additional language (EAL).

The Inclusion Support Service Kent has an excellent track record for improving outcomes for vulnerable learners from children in the Early Years Foundation Stage to 24 years of age. We provide specialist support, training, advice, coaching and mentoring to schools, settings and professionals working with children, young people and communities.

In addition, the Inclusion Support Service Kent, are accredited Stonewall Partners supporting establishments to meet the needs of their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) pupils and equipping staff to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

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“I would like to express our full appreciation. We have enjoyed your guidance, and friendly approach over tricky bumps in the road and in the future will be pleased to call on your services again.”
Head of School
St Johns CE Primary School
“We have been able to focus on our strategic approach to teaching and to consider our approach to effective assessment of both the children and our implementation of the strategies themselves.”
EAL Department
Copperfield Primary Academy