Inclusion Statement

Inclusion at The International School of Creative Science

Our shared vision at ISCS Muwaileh is to ensure that every student engages purposefully in learning, receives a high-quality education and the support they require to experience academic success. We aim to reduce barriers to educational access, participation, and engagement in order to enable students to attain expected levels of achievement academically, emotionally and socially.

We believe passionately in the importance of inclusion for all our children & adults and strive to make sure these values are at the heart of our inclusive practices and Islamic ethos. We are strongly committed to becoming a fully inclusive school and set high expectations & ambitions for all our children and expect them to participate in every part of school life. With a key focus on their wellbeing and progress.

The school aims to foster the personal development of each student by being sensitive to their needs, by helping them to be responsible, building their self-esteem, and promoting values of fairness, tolerance, and compassion. We strive to maintain a loving and caring school community where everyone feels welcome, secure and valued.

We believe that educational inclusion is about equal opportunities for all learners, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, impairment, attainment, and background. We pay particular attention to the provision for and the achievement of different groups of learners:

  • Learners with special educational needs.
  • Learners who need support to learn English/Arabic as an additional language (EAL).
  • Gifted and Talented learners i.e. students who are significantly more able than their peers.
  • Others such as those who are sick or who are at risk of exclusion.

Well-being and Safety at ISCS Muwaileh

The well-being of students, staff and parents is of paramount importance at ISCS Muwaileh. We care about wellbeing and happiness because it is imperative to eliminate all barriers and it directly affects students’ outcomes at school as well as their ability to thrive in later life. Resilience is a life skill that is nurtured to help the ISCS family encounter adversities and challenges.