Facilitating the inclusion of all pupils in the classroom is nowadays an educational priority and a fundamental principle. Diversity cannot be ignored. This is not limited to students with special educational needs, but to the student body as a whole.
A circumstance that is due to the cultural, social and economic changes that are taking place in society. Each child has a particular way of being and thinking. There are children of different nationalities, with different talents, from disadvantaged backgrounds, with different learning styles…
That is why, at Eurocolegio Casvi International Private School, we offer a teaching-learning framework that adapts to all students without exception. It facilitates learning for all students, with equal opportunities and with the same rights.
What can be called an inclusive school, which offers the acquisition of an equal global competence for all; assumes and respects diversity; learns from it; and takes advantage of it as a source of learning and enrichment in its classrooms.
According to the International Baccalaureate Organisation “inclusion is an ongoing process that aims to increase access for all students and their participation in learning by identifying and removing barriers”. To this end, the entire Casvi Educational Community actively participates in developing strategies that favour this inclusion within its three programmes (PEP, PAI and PD). It does so with:
Within the fundamental pillar of Casvi’s educational model, which is personalised attention to all our students and families, in our school we adopt different inclusion measures for students with special educational needs associated with:
Inclusion in the classroom enhances different strengths and skills. For example: