Rudheath Primary Academy in Northwich, Cheshire has been awarded Inclusion Quality Mark Flagship Status for its efforts to include both parents and pupils as leaders in education and to inform pupils about diversity amongst their classmates.

The award has been handed out in recognition of the school’s success in creating an atmosphere which emphasises the importance of a holistic approach to education, with a focus on the wellbeing of pupils and staff.

Principal, Andrew Ross, said in response to the school’s IQM Flagship status: “Education is not just about grades and tests – it’s about making sure that every child is treated as an individual and leaves our school knowing that they are a success.  The IQM Flagship status reaffirms our belief in Inspiring Minds and Building Futures for our children.”

Well done to everyone involved at Rudheath to make this award happen.