Our sessions have a large emphasis on outdoor, hands-on learning. By nature, these sessions are inclusive.
We welcome groups with special educational needs and disabilities. We are able to adapt our sessions to suit.
You can contact us in advance to discuss your particular requirements.
Some examples of how we can ensure inclusion:
- our classroom has wheelchair access and a disabled toilet
- the Sutton Ecology Centre grounds are wheelchair accessible including wheelchair-accessible paths
- woodland habitat includes a wheelchair-accessible minibeast hunting area
- two raised ponds that are wheelchair accessible for pond-dipping
- the sensory garden has wheelchair-accessible beds
We can adapt Sessions to follow wheelchair-accessible paths.
Special Educational Needs and EAL
We are able to adapt lesson plans to:
- include more visual and hands-on activities
- removing or reducing written work such as worksheets
Equality and Diversity
All children and young people are treated equally, irrespective of gender, race, or background.