Individual Education Programme

An Individual Education Programme (IEP) will be drawn up at the end of every 1st and 3rd term of the school calendar.  An IEP is a legal document that describes the student's present levels of academic achievement and functional performance, how the student best demonstrates that learning, and sets out specific academic goals, including modifications and accommodations the school will provide for the progress that the student will make with the school's services. 

GOLD by Teaching Strategies

GOLD™ by Teaching Strategies® is an observation-based assessment system which is fully aligned with Special Education Program outcomes. It measures the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that are most important for school success, focusing nine areas of development and learning; the first four describe major areas of child growth and development (social–emotional, physical, communication, cognitive and self-help), and the following five focus on content learning (literacy, mathematics, science and technology, social studies, and the arts).