Homepage Learning & Teaching Inclusive Education Informed by our Learning and Teaching Framework and Learning and Teaching Culture, the Inclusive Education Department across Junior and Senior School work with subject teachers to provide support to students with learning disabilities and learning difficulties. The type, frequency, and duration of this support is dependent on, and responsive to, each individual’s learning profile and ability to access the curriculum and assessment tasks. Support may be within class or via withdrawal and may include small group support, and/or individual support with a teacher or Education Support Officer (ESO). Standardised testing is conducted each year to assist with tracking student progress and identifying students who may require learning support from the Inclusive Education Department. Inclusion leads to belonging and excellence in education. Jennifer Glenda Gous, Irma Eloff & Melanie Carmen Moen (2014) How inclusive education is understood by principals of independent schools, International Journal of Inclusive Education.