Special needs schools and programs are for kids who have challenges or disabilities that interfere with learning. They provide support that’s not normally provided in general education programs.
These schools and programs tailor learning to address each child’s unique combination of needs. Adaptations are made to allow kids to meet age-appropriate educational goals.
They offer a wide range of approaches and services. This may include smaller classes, individualized learning, one-on-one support, self-contained classrooms, resource rooms, and learning aids.
In Aspire Heritage, the students with special needs are entitled to an Special Education Needs Program (SEN). The IEP spells out a child’s learning needs, services the school will provide, and how progress will be measured.