Royal Greenwich Trust School holds all aspects of Inclusion and Safeguarding at the heart of its ethos. As an educational institution, we believe that every student has a right to succeed academically, socially, morally and emotionally. The Inclusion team has been restructured this academic year to ensure that the individual needs of students will be met. Students’ safety is of primary importance. All students are taught about Modern Britain and British Values and SMSC throughout the curriculum and in PSHE sessions during Tutor time. We also work collaboratively with the Safer Schools Police team to ensure our students are and stay safe.

Provision for students on the SEN register including students who have an Education Health and Care Plan, is provided through Quality First Teaching, in-class/small group support as well as work with external specialist services, such as Speech and Language Therapy, ASD Outreach and the Educational Psychology Service. The Heads of Year also meet with the SENCo to discuss students who are not reaching their targets. Mentoring is then provided for identified students.