‘Inclusion’ in education is that all students are given equal opportunities to education and learning and that is what our school aims for. We aim to ensure educational benefits for mainstream students as well as special education students, with the more able students serving as peer mentors and the less able students as a source of motivation for the mainstream students. Here the students learn to empathize with each other. In our campus, the feeling of being included is not just limited to physical or cognitive disabilities but includes a range of qualities such as language, culture, gender, and other forms of human differences. We ensure that no one is left behind, on the contrary everyone is made to feel valued and celebrated.