Aims

We will...

 

  •  Establish rapport, and respectful, trusting relationships with pupils, their families and their carers.
  •  Encourage the development of self-confidence, sensitivity and respect for others through the understanding of individual rights and responsibilities.
  •  Ensure positive inclusion of all pupils by fostering community links and developing the role of the school as part of the total educational provision.
  •  Provide a curriculum that is accessible and relevant to the needs of each individual pupil through a range of activities and opportunities which ensure that learning is fun.
  •  Encourage self-advocacy and independence.
  •  Generate attitudes of respect and understanding towards all individuals irrespective of background.
  •  Give emphasis to the quality of relationships between all people in the school.

Mission Statment

Jack Tizard is a positive, happy community which provides a life enhancing education, supporting each pupil to achieve their greatest potential, always.

 

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Who was Jack Tizard

Jack Tizard

Psychologist Jack Tizard was a New Zealander who spent most of his professional life in England.

He worked at the boundaries of psychology, medicine, education and social sciences along with alternatives to institutional care in the nineteen-fifties and sixties, which underpinned the subsequent development of ‘ordinary life’ models for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. His approach was characterised by a commitment to using high research standards to address important social problems, ensuring through his extensive advisory activities that the results of research were available to practitioners and policy-makers

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