Inclusion and benefits of the Yellow Rose


Inclusive education refers to an academic system that allows special education students to become included in the mainstream classes alongside their peers.

I mean all students, regardless of any social, physical and emotional challenges they may have, are placed in age-appropriate general education  classes that are in their own neighbourhoods  schools to receive high-quality interactions, intervention and attentive support that enables them to meet success in the core curriculum.

The yellow rose primary intention is to provide the students with or without disability or autism have higher achievements and improved skills through inclusive education.

The benefits of inclusive education includes among others an opportunity for special needs students to learn teamwork skills while heightening their sense of belonging in the community.

ALL children are born in uniquely, and differently.

They have different abilities, learn in a different way and at different paces ,some fast learners others average and below .

YELLOW ROSE provides a learning-friendly and barrier free-environment for every child to be able to develop their full academic, social, emotional and physical potential.

It is therefore important to remember that a child’s academic potentials cannot be developed separately from their social ,emotional, and physical potentials, as they are interdependent aspects of a child’s development. 

Without the access to a comprehensive support system most of the children with disabilities will never roll in a school, will drop out or will stay at home and the few that are enrolled in special schools are always prevented from meeting with friends, close relatives and peers.

The good NEWS is that the yellow rose is here to change this narrative; all children are equal and need equal treatment. They will both be enrolled in a regular school where they will both play, learn and grow up with their non-disables peers (inclusive education).


– Social equality

– Self reliant.

– The use of modern technology

– Constitutional responsibility

– Children Have a chance staying with their families

– developing feeling of self-respect


– No discrimination with students

– Equality

– Listening to the needs of the students


– Increased class and school attendance 

– Lasting friendships

– Greater academic engagements and healthy class participation

– Providing and receiving social support.

– Additional attention from adults

– Greater appreciation of diversity and individual differences

– Improved grades and homework competition.



.providing the parents with academic support to most families that are less fortunate.

.Increasing the youths connections to the community hence making them realise problems can be solved by working together.

.preparing a better working-educated workforce to become good promoters of citizenship.

.More schools provide adults social, education and psychological support.

.Schools attract businesses and as a result more families will have self-reliance.

.An opportunities for inter-generational bonding and learning


.Creating supportive systems and ecologic round the youths.

.A protective factor against peer pressure indulges on destructive behaviours like drugs.

.promotes resilience among the students

.Extensional  learning opportunities like visiting the parks, swimming and scouting.

.Increases child safety as most of the activities are closely supervised.

.A site for needed services under one roof location such as computer based skills.

.Bonding with caring adults -teachers being the role model to learners.

Behaviours that challenge and  misunderstood can be easily identified at the early stages and supported  more efficiently.

.Able to learn and identify the hidden talents by help of the teachers.


.Interaction with diverse families-hence social benefits.

.Trusted role models giving them amble time to solve most problems.

.Working opportunities to source out their best knowledge and share.

.increased self-esteem and participation 

.A chance to become a valued mentor by effectively influencing a positive outcome.