At McGraw we believe that all learners have unique needs to consider as we collaborate with parents to help students meet/exceed their academic and non-academic potential. To provide access to the IB Primary Years Program at McGraw, we apply approaches and support systems that address the individual needs and varied learning styles of students, including those formally identified with special needs (special education and gifted and talented). By recognizing the diversity of our collective learning community, we support the development of internationally-minded learners.
All authorized IB Primary Years Program (PYP) schools are required to develop an SEN (special education needs) policy that describes how they help provide all students with access to the learning contained within the PYP. To read McGraw's current SEN policy, please click on the following link: McGraw Special Education Needs Policy
You can find more information about how we meet the needs of Gifted and Talented learners by visiting the Gifted and Talented Program page on our website.
If you have questions about how we address the varied learning needs of students at McGraw please contact your child's teacher.