Our dynamic and diverse school!
At Whitefield we are committed to inclusion and equal opportunities. We work closely with parents and other agencies in order to ensure that all pupils are able to successfully access the curriculum. Our school population includes a wide range of different community groups and we are dedicated to ensuring that our school is a place where everyone feels welcome and where all pupils can learn. Our consistently high expectations and inclusive teaching practices ensure that Whitefield is really a school where children can achieve their best. We are now a National Inclusion Flagship school following on from our three year success as an Inclusion Centre of Excellence.
Our pupils also have a range of different abilities and interests, beliefs and aspirations. Many of our pupils also speak other languages and are learning to speak English. At Whitefield, we want all of our pupils to succeed and thoroughly enjoy their education. The staff at Whitefield Primary are experienced in teaching pupils with a wide range of abilities and are trained to use a variety of different techniques and intervention programmes to ensure all children can access the curriculum fully. Please take the time to read our School Offer which outlines the ways in which we support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. Our school offer can also be found published on the Liverpool Early Help Directory website. We welcome the involvement of parents and carers in decision making and we want to work closely with them so that our pupils can always give nothing but the best!
Our Equalities Objectives
- To provide a curriculum which promotes the whole school ethos of inclusion and equality for the whole school community;
- To ensure that all children have equal access to the curriculum and are able to achieve the best possible outcomes;
- To provide a quality learning experience for each child in which all adults actively promote equality, inclusion and a celebration of diversity.
- To protect the well-being of all pupils by challenging any non-inclusive views held by anyone within the school and wider community.