In line with the Dubai Inclusion Education Policy Framework (2017), the staff at Repton Dubai are committed to providing an inclusive education to all students. We strive to ensure that pupils with a learning difference have a positive learning experience and are supported in their learning.
We strive to ensure that our teaching meets the needs of all our students and is appropriately differentiated to allow access and challenge for all. The school has the required support systems available to meet students’ needs both at the admissions level and the classroom level. To this end we work collaboratively with management, teachers, pastoral and medical teams, parents and pupils in supporting learning diversity. We have a shared objective to collaborate with parents to ensuring that that pupils and parents are at the centre of our support.
Repton School offers a range of support services, including:
- Individual learning/education plans with strategies to support the learning environment of the pupil
- Case conferences with teachers and administration regarding the individual needs of the pupil
- Individual or small group classes targeting specific learning differences
- Occupational therapy
- Speech and language therapy
- Behaviour management programmes
- Educational and diagnostic assessments
- Access arrangements for examinations
- Outreach programmes for parents/pupils
Repton School works in line with the Dubai Inclusive Education Policy Framework (2017), Inclusive Education Guidelines (2019) and Directives and Guidelines for Inclusive Education (2020). Furthermore, we incorporate good working practice in line with legislation such as the: UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and Optional Protocol, Federal Law No. (29) of 2006 concerning the Rights of People of Determination Law No. (2) of 2014 concerning the Protection of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Emirate of Dubai Executive Council Resolution No. (2) of 2017 Regulating Private Schools in the Emirate of Dubai General Rules for the Provision of Special Education Programs and Services (Public & Private Schools) as well as the United Kingdom’s SEND Code of Practice (2015)
The Heads of Inclusion are responsible for the day to day operation, strategic planning and oversight of Inclusion. While the Inclusion Champion is responsible monitoring and implementation of the government and school Inclusion documentation.
Learning Support Team
Head of Inclusion
Head of Inclusion