TIPS – Inclusive was conceived with an intention to provide a specialized educational environment that will inspire and empower every student with a clear and well structured educational programme for children experiencing challenges such as Attention Deviation Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD), Attention Deviation Disorder (ADD), Dyslexia. We also ensure dynamic transition opportunity to the mainstream curriculum as and when the children are ready. Special education provides students with identified disabilities specialized instruction designed to meet their unique learning needs, giving them the opportunity to develop to their fullest potential.
Features of Inclusive:
- Individualized Educational Plan
- Speech Therapy
- Academic related Occupational Therapy
- Class room inclusion
- Dedicated Art & Craft Lab
- Music Lab
Remedial Teaching For Students With Learning Disabilities
Individualized Educational Programme (IEP)
Apart from academics and skill building TIPS Special Wing believes on the holistic development of all children. All children are born with innate abilities and talents. With a view to nurture these talents and interest of the children they are exposed to various co-curricular activities.
PROGRESSION TO HIGHER ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:
TIPS ultimate goal is to support our special wing students to reach their optimum level of functioning in academics, social, personal and emotional areas. We aim to fulfil the dream of every special need child and parent to help attain higher education qualification that is Board XII certification. This will give these students a few career optional either in the professional category or in vocational category.
The students can achieve this goal either through academic concessions offered in the CIE and the IB Boards or by enrolling in the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).
|Early Years||2 to 6 years||LKG, UKG, and Grade 1|
|Primary Programme||6 to 10 years||Grade 2, Grade 3, and Grade 4|
|Middle Year Programme||10 to 14 years||Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, and Grade 8|