Inclusive Education Support Provisions
Individual Support/Behavior Plan
After thorough identification of the students' barriers they are put into tiers which determine the level of support . Students on Tier 3 are placed on an Individual Education Plan. An IEP is a document which describes the goals that are set for the student during the school year, as well as any special support required to best facilitate their progress and success within the school. For behaviorally challenged students a Behavior Support Plan document is created to help understand and manage behavior.
Generally, support is provided within the inclusive classroom as well as through special remedial sessions based on the needs of each student. We have an Inclusion Resource room where the LSAs work with students in individual or small groups during pullout pull-in sessions.
We also collaborate with outside educational centers for the purpose of acquiring specialist advice and interventions.
Alternative Curriculum Pathways and Vocational Skills
At NAS the Life Skills Education team is responsible for ensuring that SODs are equipped with skills that will enable independent participation in their future career life and society in general. SODs who cannot access the standard curriculum are provided with modified and alternative curriculum pathways. The school also liaises with technical and vocational skills centers to develop accredited pathways.
Diversity and Internationalism
At NAS diversity encampasses, acknowledging and respecting different cultures, religions and nationalities and instilling international mindedness A diverse culture is fostered by:
To foster students’ active participation in a global society and encourage them to accept cultural diversity by sharing knowledge through various events and virtual tools.***For detailed information on NAS Inclusive Education Agenda refer to our school’s Inclusion & Gifted and Talented Policy NAS Alternative Curriculum Pathways and Vocational Skills Framework