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Inclusion Support Service Kent

Our purpose
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Inclusion Support Service Kent (ISSK) is a traded service which provides specialist support, training, advice, coaching and mentoring to schools, settings and professionals working with children, young people and communities.

Our main focus is on raising the achievement and improving the engagement, wellbeing and inclusion of vulnerable learners specifically Minority Ethnic pupils, Gypsies, Roma or Travellers and those with English as an additional language (EAL).

The Inclusion Support Service Kent are accredited Stonewall Partners supporting schools to meet the needs of their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) pupils and equipping staff to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.

This can be accessed through The Education People

Schools can also use their School Improvement Service Level Agreement Credits or purchase bespoke work. For more details see The Education People

We also provide training through CPD online

Our service consists of:

  • Manager of ISSK
  • Virtual Headteacher for Gypsy Roma and Traveller pupils
  • Advisory Teachers
  • ISSK Administration Officer

To browse and buy our Inclusion Support Services packages and to read case studies please visit The Education People

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GRT inclusion and achievement
Promoting Minority Ethnic and EAL Pupils’ Achievement
Eliminating HBT Bullying and Promoting the inclusion of LGBTQ pupils
Supporting gender variant children and trans young people in schools and settings
The Equality Act 2010: What does it mean to your school or setting?
Supporting New Arrivals, Refugees and Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children in our Schools
ISSK Training Courses
Schools Linking Project September 2017-2018

Contact Details
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Gillie Heath, Manager
Telephone: 03000 41 70 93
Mobile: 07880 784528