Special Education

Special education forms the basis of child’s progress. Life survival skills, activities of daily living and academic curriculum are taught by Special Educators. Regular scheduled program and modern teaching techniques for slow learners are also used to enhance the performance
Special education is a system of pragmatic intervention. These interventions, used successfully, will empower students to overcome or compensate for disabilities that hinder learning. These interventions include:

  • Preventive Intervention – averting potential or minor learning deficiencies.
  • Remedial Intervention – instruction aimed at eliminating the effect of a disability on learning.
  • Compensatory Intervention – using various methods to compensate for a disability.

Who may require Special Education?


Kids with the following challenges:

  • Communication challenges
  • Emotional and behavioral disorders
  • Physical disabilities
  • Developmental disorders
  • Scholastic backwardness.
  • Learning Disabilities and slow learner
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • ADD & ADHD
  • Mental Retardation