Ensuring all students get the support they need to thrive

The word ‘inclusion’ can mean different things to different people, therefore it is important that at the beginning that we clearly explain what ‘inclusion’ means at ISH. 

ISH embraces the International Baccalaureate (IB) definition that ‘Inclusion is an ongoing process that aims to increase access and engagement for all students by 

identifying and removing barriers. It is facilitated in a culture of collaboration, mutual respect, support and problem-solving involving the whole school community.”

Central to our model of Inclusion at ISH are the individual needs of the student, which is why we adopt a graduated response to Learning Support which stresses the need for an holistic and collaborative approach. By assessing carefully the needs of our students, we are able to take positive action to remove barriers to their progress, then revisit and refine those decisions to continue building a clearer picture of their needs and how they can achieve personal excellence. 

Please click on the button to go to the ISH Primary Support Profile document which outlines our Learning Support provision for the 2022-2023 school year. Every school has a school support profile (SOP). In the SOP, the school describes how support for pupils is organised. This consists of basic support offered throughout the school for all students and additional support that is offered for pupils who require it. The extra support is offered in cooperation with Passend Primair Onderwijs Haaglanden (SPPOH). SPPOH supports schools in the development of appropriate education in the Haaglanden region. For more information about appropriate education at our school or in the region, please read our SOP or visit the website of SPPOH www.sppoh.nl.

Should you have any questions then please email: Learningsupportprimary@ishthehague.nl


External Partners

We have a collaborative approach to supporting our students and value the specialist input that our external partners can provide. At ISH, we are very fortunate to have access to external specialists who, while not being employed directly by ISH, are able to provide therapy sessions within the school, attend meetings and provide observations of students upon request.