Our Curriculum

How does ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia and Learning Disorders Impact Learning

The ability to read and write is foundational for learning. Children with ADHD, autism, dyslexia, language delays and learning difficulties often struggle with basic literacy, which then holds back their learning, cognitive development and social interaction.

Through our specialised interventions, we help students with unique learning needs develop their listening, oracy, reading and writing skills.

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OUR CURRICULUM

Specialised Learning Based on MOE Syllabus

Our English and Chinese Programmes are developed for students who may be struggling in mainstream schools.

We offer a differentiated curriculum based on MOE syllabus but taught using specialised material and teaching methods.

Our proprietary materials and structured learning programmes are developed by our highly experienced team, comprising experts in child psychology, curriculum writers and special needs teachers.

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YEARS CARING FOR CHILDREN & THEIR FAMILIES
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YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
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YEARS SPECIALIZING IN CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
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YEARS AVERAGE EXPERIENCE OF OUR TEACHERS COACHING CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES
Teaching with a Difference

Why choose us?

From our extensive experience from years of working with students with ADHD, Autism and learning difficulties, we have seen how students can thrive with an instructional approach based on these key principles:

Accurate psychological assessments

We first start by accurately diagnosing the student’s underlying problems. Only then are we are able to enrol the student with the right learning programmes and adapt teaching methods to their specific needs. For example, a student with weak auditory working memory would need visual supports to learn.

Evidence-based instructional methods

Our teachers are trained on the latest evidence-based instructional methods and are supported by our specially developed teaching materials to help students overcome their particular challenges. Children with learning difficulties can overcome their challenges through perseverance with the right instructional approach.

Learning materials that scaffold concepts into component parts

Scaffolding is an important concept for teaching students with learning disabilities. Evidence from research shows that scaffolding is effective in helping students learn more as compared to traditional methods. This approach requires the teacher to first have a good understanding of the student’s learning needs and abilities based on inputs from the diagnostic assessment

Emphasis on helping students acquire essential life skills

Students with learning difficulties often suffer from depression and poor self-esteem as they repeatedly fail to keep up with peers. We focus on helping students build up confidence and instil a sense of independent inquiry by breaking down learning into manageable parts that challenge but do not overwhelm.

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