Isles of Scilly Inclusion Charter
The Council’s Children’s Services team have worked with local parents and children as well as the school, early years providers and social care to produce an Inclusion Charter aimed at developing an inclusive culture and improving services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities on the islands.
We thank the talented Lizzie Roger and Isaac Mawer for their fabulous illustrations.
The Charter is the culmination of a process starting in April 2019, when the Rotherham Genuine Partnerships team from the National Alliance for Partnership Working visited Scilly. Events were held community wide with education, early years, health, social care, young people, parents and the voluntary sector to develop our own locally agreed and understood approach to inclusion and partnership working using the ‘Four Cornerstones’ of inclusive practice and coproduction which are:
Welcome and care
Value and include
Work in partnership