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Ready, Respectful, Safe.
Everybody, staff and learners have a right to be treated with respect and to have their views and opinions treated with respect.
Learning4life-GY aims to promote, encourage and model successful behaviours that will enable learners to be successful in their personal and working lives based on the three core values that underpin all activity at Learning4life-GY.
The core values of Ready, respectful and Safe are successful when being used to guide how we treat ourselves and the people around us.
This is not the same as always agreeing with views and opinions but involves challenging them in a respectful way. We expect all students within Learning4life-GY to show respect to their peers and to all around them. While respect may be enhanced by personal knowledge, in Learning4life-GY we expect our students automatically to show respect to others whether they know them or not. No one should be treated dismissively or rudely.
Being ready also applies to everyone. Learners should be committed to their programme and demonstrate this through their work in class and in assignments. They should be ready and open to learning in all of the learning environments that they experience whilst at Learning4life-GY.
Co-operation exists between learners and staff. In class and around Learning4life-GY, students and staff will work together to successfully achieve qualifications and learning outcomes. Therefore, the three core values of Ready, respectful and Safe apply to everyone within Learning4life-GY – staff and students alike.
All those within Learning4life-GY should expect the Directors to provide a safe and pleasant place; this precludes rude, threatening or abusive behaviour and language.
Everyone has the right to feel happy, safe and cared for, therefore we expect that all individuals within Learning4life-GY behave in a mature and sensible way. Everyone has the right to learn.
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We believe that all educational opportunities should cater for the full range of needs and welcome moves to provide learners with special educational needs and disabilities with full access to the curriculum. Our school will support and make provision for learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)by operating in alignment with the statutory Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice; Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014.