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Inclusion Policy 2020


Inclusion Policy


Policy Statement


All children are citizens and have rights and entitlements.  Children should be treated fairly, regardless of race, religion or abilities. This applies no matter:                       

  • what they think or say

  • what type of family they come from

  • what language(s) they speak

  • what their parents do

  • whether they are girls or boys

  • whether they have a disability or if they are rich or poor


All children have an equal right to be listened to and valued. Our activities are ‘inclusive activities’. This means that ALL children are welcome and will be respected. Children are given equal opportunities and we have a positive attitude towards diversity. We encourage children in our care to practice their own cultures as well as finding out about others. 




All children are unique and have different support needs, Play Inclusion project will make every endeavour to meet those needs.  Individual support needs will be recorded in each child’s individual care plan. This information will be shared with parents and carers and we would appreciate any other information you can give us, which will assist us in meeting your child’s needs. 


We have children of varying ages attending our activities and we have resources available for all age groups.  Children learn from each other and much of what we plan will include all age groups. Every effort will be made to make all of our activities inclusive regardless of a child’s disability.  Our volunteers and support staff are responsible for ensuring each child is included in planned activities, they will join in activities alongside the children and young people they support. 


We endeavour to provide a safe and supportive environment which is free from harassment. We will challenge racial, religious, disability and gender stereotypes and all expressions of discrimination or prejudice. We value the fact that families are all different and that children may live with one or both parents, with other relatives or carers, with same sex parents or in an extended family.

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