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Inclusive Preschool Programme

We are an inclusive school that aims to provide a supportive and conducive environment for children with learning difficulties with the help of our dedicated transdisciplinary Learning Support Educators.

We believe in creating a culture of inclusivity that will help every child reach their full potential and feel accepted in their communities.

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Inclusive Preschool Programme

Our qualified trans-disciplinary educators:

  • Provide parents with an assessment of their children’s learning and behavioural difficulties
  • Offer professional advice on remediation actions to address concerns of their children’s difficulties
  • Offer intervention that adopts an interdisciplinary approach utilizing effective and proven methods from fields of education, psychology and therapy
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Our Inclusive Preschool Programme attend to a wide range of learning difficulties
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Integrated Child Care Programme (ICCP)

Our trans-disciplinary team of Learning Support Educators will develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP) for each child in consultation with parents, referring agencies, and medical professionals.

Intervention sessions will be conducted in a 1-to-1 setting to ensure individual learning needs are addressed. In-class support and observations will be conducted to ensure that children are able to integrate into the classroom setting and environment.

The progress of each child will be monitored and parent-teacher feedback sessions will be conducted once every 6 months.

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Individual Cognitive and Behaviour Intervention (ICBI)

The ICBI programme combines natural teaching procedures with multi-sensory teaching techniques along with a modification of instructional variables to help children with learning difficulties in one or more of these areas:

  • Reading/Spelling
  • Memory
  • Attention
  • Handwriting
  • Mathematics
  • Social-emotional
  • Language/Speech
  • Auditory Processing
  • Visual Processing
  • Hyperactivity
  • Impulse Control
  • Motor Coordination

*Children who are not eligible for ICCP can opt to attend ICBI.


Children aged between 2-6 years old, diagnosed as falling within the mild to moderate range in the Medical Classification of Children with Development Disabilities by the Ministry of Health (MOH).

Parents must have a referral from a hospital or Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) and be able to produce a medical assessment or report of the child’s condition.