We are delighted to announce the eight winners of the IQM National Inclusion Champion Award. Securing the title in the inaugural year of the Award are: Holte School in Birmingham; Lismore Comprehensive School, Craigavon; Outwood Academy Shafton, Barnsley; Perryfields Primary… read more
New College Leicester has achieved the Inclusive School Award with Flagship status. Thriving, Highly Inclusive and Exciting Place There is no doubt that New College is a thriving, highly inclusive and exciting place to be. All staff at the college… read more
Northampton Academy has achieved the Inclusive School Award with Centre of Excellence status. Friendly, Positive and Upbeat From the moment our Assessor stepped into the Academy they could feel the commitment to inclusion. They were made to feel incredibly welcome… read more
Penwortham Primary School has achieved the Inclusive School Award with Flagship status. Vision for Inclusion Penwortham Primary School is a larger than average, 3 form entry primary school with 658 pupils on role from nursery to Year Six. The school… read more
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, has announced an extra £8m investment to support digital learning in Further Education (FE) colleges over the next three years – with a total investment of over £30m in digital since… read more
Oasis Academy Pinewood in Romford has achieved the Inclusive School Award with Flagship status.
What a week it’s been at Inclusion Quality Mark. In the last few days we’ve recognised the achievements of a number of schools in the IQM family. Here’s a quick snapshot of some of the schools we said congratulations to…. read more
Grovelands Primary School, Walton-On-Thames in Surrey, has achieved the Inclusion Quality Mark’s Inclusive School Award with Centre of Excellence status. Proactive Partnership The Headteacher and staff at Grovelands Primary successfully and creatively led the school through the pandemic, and they… read more