Hi, inclusive practice supports and promotes both diversity and equality by working to welcome everyone regardless of culture, background, social factors, gender, any form of disability, impairment, mobility restriction. This open approach to providing a service helps to break down the barriers that might prevent participation.
Inclusive practice sees each child and their family as individuals enabling a setting to plan what it provides to meet individual needs appropriately.
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