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Learning & Behavioural Support


Learning Support Programmes

The school has Learning Support Programmes to ensure that help is at hand for students who need it. These programmes, which provide learning support for students entering Primary 1 with either weak literacy or numeracy skills, ensure that students are able to keep up with core subjects like English and Mathematics.

 

Learning Support Programmes include daily lessons with smaller groups of students taught by specially trained teachers. These programmes use structured teaching approaches that meet the learning needs of these students.


Special Needs

Special provisions have also been made to help children with learning difficulties. If your child has learning difficulties such as dyslexia and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), the school has teachers trained in special educational needs and Allied Educators (Learning and Behavioural Support) to help them integrate into the school environment.


School Counselor

The school has the support of a full time school counselor, Mdm Cheryl Lai. Please contact the Form Teacher should you wish to seek assistance regarding the social and emotional well-being of your child. Parents will also be contacted should we wish to recommend counselling for your child.