Every young person has the right to an enriching and diverse education.
We believe in the inclusive nature of doing good and that anyone can apply their individual passion to create a collective, world-changing impact.
Inclusion is when all people feel valued, respected and have access to the same opportunities. WE is a movement which empowers young people, regardless of their physical or mental abilities to become passionate change-makers and active citizens. Through our WE Schools programme, we provide inclusive, empowering and respectful learning experiences to all young people. We have worked directly with young people on the autistic spectrum, with ADHD, social emotional difficulties and other conditions which may affect their ability to access formal curriculums.
As we continue to develop our SEND resources and provision, we have established key objectives towards inclusion:
Dedicated WE Schools Coordinators and Programme Managers to support schools.
Tailored sessions delivered towards different learning styles and abilities.
Learning resources created by qualified teaching professionals.
Speakers trained to use the Makaton language programme.
Tactile multi-sensory resources and visuals to create enriching experiences.
Programme offerings in-line with the SEND Code of Practice.
Sessions delivered to mindfully empower and inspire students.
Learning resources linked to UNICEF’s Rights Respecting Schools Award.
In addition to the above, our WE Schools Learning Framework forms the educational foundation of every resource we provide. Firmly rooted in pedagogy and educational research, our WE Schools programme is structured to provide three key learning outcomes: increased academic engagement. improved university and workplace readiness, and a commitment to active citizenship.
Visit our Library of Resources to explore and download our curriculum-linked lesson plans. Coming soon, will be tailored resources for students with SEND.
Every young person deserves the opportunity to make a positive impact on the world around them.
We work with a range of young people in a variety of settings, including special schools, pupil referral units, mainstream schools and youth groups. Watch our video to see students from The Vale Community Special School take action on homelessness in their local community.