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CurriculumCurriculum

The school aims to provide these main areas of education.


Language Development

Starting from copying sounds and words together to make sensible sentences, understanding words, instructions and questions and holding conversations. We also use simple sign language, the Malaysian Makaton Sign Language, when speech is impaired. For language assessment the Malaysian Language Assessment is used.


Cognitive Development

Learning to think and make decisions for themselves, reasoning, recognising colours, shapes, sizes, identifying similar objects and classifying objects. Number work, including counting, measuring, shopping, estimating, weighing, telling the time, reading timetables, etc. The Step by Small Step Mathematics scheme is used as individual teaching programmes.


Fine Motor Skills

Training the hand to do what the eyes can see, picking up small objects, building towers of blocks, colouring leading to the use of pencil, paints, scissors and needle-threading.


Gross Motor

Balance and co-ordination coming from a knowledge of body parts, what they are, what they do. P.E. and games are used extensively. Physiotherapy sessions are also conducted for those in need of them.


Self Help

Towards independent living, starting with eating and drinking without help, toileting, simple cleaning and washing dishes to planning and shopping and cooking a simple meal, dressing and undressing independently.


Reading & Writing

First recognising objects, to reading books about themselves, simple stories and then books and magazines.


Social development

We help them to behave properly in all sorts of situations, to relate to people in acceptable ways, to share and play alongside others, to look and listen and take notice of unspoken social cues.

In the school, we stress on reward and praise for good behaviour. The emphasis in all areas of the curriculum is on what the children can do, not what they cannot. They are here because they are special.