At Centre Point, the needs of students with different learning needs are catered to. We bring all students in the same classroom regardless of their strengths and weaknesses. The students with special needs spend most of their time with the mainstream students. The students occasionally leave the regular classroom to attend smaller, more intensive instructional sessions in a resource room.
We understand that children come to us from different cultures and backgrounds, different languages, different interests and ways of learning. A strong foundation can make all the difference in education and life. Remedial education helps children acquire age appropriate skills at their own pace. Remedial teachers in our school work with students who are lagging behind to bring them up to the minimum level of achievement. Through remedial teaching, children are exposed to teaching strategies that reach them as individual learners.
A child’s main job is playing and learning. To help children with developmental problems, their skills for playing, school performance and daily activities are evaluated and compared with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group. Then our occupational therapist works with them to enable them to achieve independence in all areas.