Our learning support department provides assistance to students who may struggle in keeping up with the demands of the curriculum, whether it be due to a learning difficulty or a lack of language skills. Every child learns and progresses in their own way, thus we do our best to support them in getting the most out of their educational experience.
Learning support programme that we offer:
English as an Additional Language (EAL) Programme
Our EAL classes support children whose first language is not English. It is a short-term remedial programme that helps children improve their English language skills to a level where they can confidently participate in lessons with their peers.
A student may be required to take the EAL programme upon the recommendation of teachers or automatically upon enrolment, depending on their results in the English language component of their admissions test. EAL teachers work with children on their English skills within the regular classroom or in special pullout groups, according to what works best for the students’ needs.