The Road to Belonging

POSTED: March 6, 2024Category: GeneralBY: digitial


In Leading for All: How to Create Truly Inclusive and Excellent Schools, Spencer and Flosi state: 

“We realised it was time to examine our beliefs and assumptions and think and act differently. We knew it would not be easy or smooth and that we would be incredibly imperfect in our journey. Yet we knew it was the right thing to do . . . When your starting point is that everyone is in, everything changes . . . when our basic paradigm shifted to truly believing that all children belong, we knew our journey was the right one.”

Regardless of where you and your school are in the journey to include neurodivergent individuals, it helps to have a community on which you can rely.

Please join us on 20 March for a conversation around key questions in the Critical Issues Section of the DEIJ Guide on Disability, Neurodiversity, and Inclusion.

With the facilitation of several Support Services Directors from the region, you will explore whichever step in the journey is relevant to you and your context. Whether just examining assumptions or refining a well-developed framework, you will have the opportunity to learn alongside your fellow travellers on the road to belonging.

Please join us, register here 

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