We aim to maintain small class sizes to ensure the quality of education received by our students is kept at a consistently high level. By streaming classes for literacy our advanced students are able to accelerate, while at the same time we provide learning support where it is needed.
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Our flexible attitude to the individual learning needs of our students allows us to provide more opportunities to able and gifted students who may benefit from moving beyond their peers in educational outcomes and exploring higher levels of achievement. This is achieved by helping them access the curriculum in grades beyond their chronological year. Our students demonstrate a high level of competence in basic skills, indicated by standardised test results.
Additional support is provided for children assessed with significant remedial needs and students with low English language acquisition (ESL).
For children assessed with a disability, special needs teachers will work with parents, classroom teachers and experts to devise strategies that provide better access to learning and support.
It is understood that each student will learn in a different manner. Our teachers aim to cater for all learning styles and incorporate a wide variety of activities such as student led tutorials, excursions, question and answer sessions, experiments, group work, creative expression and arts, multi-media, games, technology, and verbal discussions in most subjects which complement teaching using a hands-on approach, project-based learning and assessments.