At Tanglin, we are an inclusive mainstream learning environment and believe each child is entitled to a curriculum that facilitates their individual development and support which allows them to achieve their academic potential.
The school caters for individual learning needs which can be largely met within the mainstream classroom and without significant additional adult support. Most of the time, the learning needs of our children can be met by class teachers. However, at certain stages along their development, some children may need curriculum modification or specific intervention.
When a child experiences challenges that require additional support, our experienced Learning Support Team will work closely with classroom teachers and, where necessary, the school’s Education Psychologist or external practitioners to ensure a collaborative approach in providing the right level and nature of support for that individual.
The Learning Support teacher may provide interventions that are targeted and engaging, focusing on the area of identified need. This might include in-class or small group support. A small number of children may require individual support with the Learning Support teacher.
Please see Learning Support and refer to the school's Admissions Policy for further information.