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“I feel like inclusion is very important all around the world, not only in school.”

“Since inclusion is one of our school values, we like to talk about it and how we should include people no matter their differences,” 5th grader Anne-Mette says. “I also talk about it at home because it is on the news quite a lot and I like to discuss it. I'm very passionate about everyone being included no matter how different they are.”

When asked how to demonstrate inclusion, she replies, “If somebody is feeling sad, I would ask them how I can help, no matter if they are my friend or not, or if I know them personally. If I see somebody on the playground who is feeling sad, I'll ask them if they want to play with us. I feel like inclusion is very important all around the world, not only in school. Also, when you're older, inclusion is very important because some people don't get included. I feel that it is very important to include people.”