My daughter was always warmly welcomed by the staff and most students. When she began at the school she noticed and appreciated the welcoming approach. Weekly meetings brought all students together, and regular out trips also helped build community. I would say that the only criticism I might have is the smallish student population, which limits the choice of friendships. I think by the time my daughter had spent 2 years in the school, she was ready to broaden her social life. Although, it was this very tight and small community that made her comfortable there in the first place. Students were involved, through the weekly meetings, in helping to make decisions on some aspects of running the school, which was another way of enhancing inclusiveness.