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STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS

Growing up is not easy: whatever the difficulties, differences or disabilities, students are entitled to personalised support.
GAIN (Support and Integration Group)

The International French School (Singapore) is one of the few institutions overseas that has a structure dedicated to students with special educational needs. Its aim is to prevent and reduce social and learning difficulties that students may face, by providing specific information and guidance to teachers and parents. Students with disabilities and/or specific learning needs can benefit from the specific support schemes.

Who to contact?
  • The school psychologists: Lorène Gelly (PS – CP), Viviana Gargiulo (CP-CM2) and Benjamin Simsek (6ème-Terminale) provide a space for talking and listening, by conducting individual and confidential meetings with the students and/or parents from Kindergarten to Terminale (grade 12). They assess the needs and demands and may direct to outside partners. They not only intervene when the issue concerns the studies but also when it is about personal matters.
  • The specialised teachers (maîtresses E): Aude Berton (PS-CM2), Caroline Quignon (GS – CE2) and Marie-Laure Seweryn (CE2 – CM2), Adeline Larose and All Diana Mathias (6ème to Terminale) work with students who show learning or interpersonal difficulties in groups of 3 to 6, or individually, Unlike private tuition, the specialised teachers aim is to teach students to mobilise effective learning strategies and develop cognitive skills.

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