Inclusive EducationNovember 18, 2021
Inclusion is a way of thinking and acting that allows all individuals, regardless of their gender, abilities, ethnicity or socio-economic status, to feel accepted, valued and safe. An inclusive classroom community evolves to meet the ever changing and diverse needs of students.
Inclusion is not a place, it is a process that requires an understanding of what a student needs to succeed academically, socially and emotionally, and then a plan to address those needs. In Winnipeg School Division, parents/guardians, the school support team and other division staff and community agencies, as required, are involved in this planning process.
Inclusive education means that all students may attend and are welcomed by their community schools in age-appropriate, regular classrooms and are supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of the life of the school.
Provides academic courses for parenting and pregnant women through junior and senior high years.
Anxiety Management Program
Provide students with a safe environment to learn about anxiety and its impact on learning, equip students with the skills to manage their symptoms and reintegrate students into an educational setting upon completion of the program.
Clinical Support Services
Provides clinical service to students, families and schools in the Winnipeg School Division and various independent schools in Winnipeg.
Diagnostic Learning Centre
Provides short-term observation, diagnosis and explicit individual instruction in reading, writing and word study for students demonstrating characteristics of a learning disability in reading and/or writing. This centre serves schools within Winnipeg’s inner-city and is located within Wellington school. Students are transported from their home schools to attend.
Diagnostic Learning Teams (DLT) Provide short-term observation, diagnosis and explicit individual instruction in reading, writing and word study for students demonstrating characteristics of a learning disability in reading and/or writing within the home school.
Early Childhood Transition Network
A long-range planning process is in place to plan appropriately for children with special needs entering school from the preschool system.
Designed for students in Grades 1 to 12 (to age 21) residing within the WSD catchment areas who have a confirmed medical diagnosis of FASD and learning needs that may not be adequately met in their home school.
Inclusion Support Services
Provides appropriate educational opportunities to students so that they may participate as members of their school communities.
Interdivisional Student Services
Winnipeg School Division, on behalf of the Province of Manitoba, provides education support programs for students from across the province who are clients or patients of various Winnipeg-area facilities.
School Counselling Services
The primary goal of school counselling services is to enhance and promote student achievement. These services are designed to provide supports and resources to students, to their families, and to staff.
Student Support Services
Provides a continuum of supports for students to enable them to learn and achieve and benefit from an education.