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Student Support Services in Primary School

The Student Support Services in Primary consists of Learning Support, English as an Additional Language (EAL) and Counselling.

Each Learning Support and EAL teacher is responsible for two grades from P3 to P8 (Grades 1-5). The full-immersion P1/P2 (Nursery and LKG) classes receive support from the Head of Student Support Services. The homeroom team includes grade-level teachers, teaching assistants, along with the EAL and Learning Support teachers. This team plans, implements and assesses programmes collaboratively. Co-teaching plays a considerable role in this format and ensures the team supports the individual needs of the learners. 

Student Support Services in Secondary School

The Student Support Services in Secondary consists of Language Acquisition Assistance, Learning Support, and Counselling.

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