What is it?

The inclusion mark was a Lincolnshire initiative developed to ensure the continuity of the practices initiated by The National Inclusion Development Programmes (IDP) – Supporting Pupils on the autism spectrum 2009/2010.  The AIM4Lincs Inclusion Mark is awarded to schools who demonstrate they can:
• Consistently develop and deliver good practice standards for children and young people with SC/AS, through a whole school approach.
• Work with families and others (e.g. support agencies) to support individuals with SC/AS.
• Sustain and develop practice to renew their AIM4 inclusion mark every three years.
Why is it important?
• To identify good practice, have it recognised and move it forward.
• To develop confidence among Staff in meeting the differences of CYP with SC/AS.
• Effective SC/AS practice is helpful for all CYP but is essential for individuals with SC/AS.