A number of Bradford schools received their Inclusion Chartermark Awards at a ceremony in Future House this week. A gallery of pictures from the event is available on BSO. EB are taking applications for next school year.
We are delighted to announce that 13 Bradford schools were presented with their Inclusion Chartermark Awards by Education Bradford’s Access and Inclusion Director, Anne Munro at an event held at Future House on 12 July 2011.
The schools receiving the Education Bradford Inclusion Chartermark 2011 were:
New Awards 2011
Ashlands Primary School, Ilkley; Bankfoot Primary School; Bradford Academy; Haworth Primary School; Nessfield Primary School, Keighley; St Walburga’s Catholic Primary School, Shipley; TRACKS, Saltaire and Westbourne Primary School, Bradford.
Girlington Primary School; Hill Top CE Primary School, Low Moor; Hollingwood Primary School, Great Horton and Shirley Manor Primary School, Wyke.
highlighting which schools across the district have received Inclusion Chartermark Award.
Pupils from each of the schools gave short performances before the trophies and certificates were presented.
A gallery is available of the event.
The schools were each reviewed by Education Bradford officers against rigorous regional Quality Standards and judged to have outstanding inclusive practice.
Denise Faulconbridge, Director Managing at Education Bradford commented: “Congratulations to all the schools on gaining the Inclusion Chartermark. These are schools that have an exciting range of strategies to ensure that all their pupils are included and
I wish them continuing success in their work.”
Education Bradford are now accepting applications from schools wishing to be reviewed next academic year. For full details please view the
Inclusion Chartermark page on BSO.