The transition into school represents a major step in a child’s life. It is important to know that the child is fully ready for school before placing them in one, or it could have a negative impact on their ability to socialize and learn later on.
It pays to do what we can to help children adjust to school. Starting off on the right foot has an impact on children’s success into the later years.
A child with special education needs is ready for school when:
He or she has early signs of cognitive ability and maturity, and social and self-regulatory skills.
He or she have had access to high quality early intervention programs.
The school has a small student-staff ratio that contributes positively to children’s school readiness.
Our school readiness program focuses on promoting independence when a child enters school, allowing him or her to engage and adapt to the mainstream education classroom setting through inclusion.
We aim to develop awareness when instruction are given in the classroom, helping the child to learn to choose and filter information that is suitable for successful learning.
We provide a comfortable environment for the child to learn and grow with peers. Each classroom consist of a group of 2 to 3 children that are at the similar developing age.