When the school was awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark earlier this year, the evaluator, Pauline Roberts, mentioned in her report:
“I am of the opinion that the school fully meets the standard required by the Inclusion Quality Mark. I also recommend that the school considers becoming a Centre of Excellence for the IQM so that its excellent work on inclusion can be shared with other schools.
I am pleased to inform you that the school was successful in this and is now a Centre of Excellence for the Inclusion Quality Mark. This ensures that Cathedral School joins just a handful of schools across the country who share their expertise on inclusion on behalf of this quality mark.
This is an excellent accolade and opportunity, and thanks go to Mr Rojas in particular for leading the school in this area.