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Celebrations with some jubilation.

IT was a double celebration for Dalton School.

Pupils and staff enjoyed a family street party in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee following news they have just received an outstanding Inclusion Quality Mark.

The award came for the weekly parent groups offered by the school.

Dalton School runs a Pacify group which addresses emotional health and well being of pupils alongside a SEAL group which is dedicated to addressing social and emotional aspects of learning.

A selection of parents were interviewed by the Inclusion Quality assessor before and after carrying out a detailed inspection of the school, he awarded the school with the outstanding In a report, he noted that "the school's Honeysuckle team in their care, guidance and support of both pupils and parents is outstanding should be a national model.

"Roles of the learning mentor Elaine Eastwood, community liaison officer Angela Beaumont and behaviour worker Linda Brook work very well together.

"As a result of this attendance at the school is outstanding.

"The four Ps of protection, presence, participation and progress are evident in both policy and practice at Dalton School and as a direct result Dalton provides a good level of education for the pupils, parents and the community in which it is situated."


* CRUMBS: Rachel Connell is pictured with a special cake to mark the Jubilee
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jun 19, 2012
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