classes for pupils with speech impediments (1st – 9th grade)
classes for pupils with specific learning disabilities (2nd – 9th grade)
teaching according to curriculum in standard elementary schools
small class sizes every year (6 – 12 pupils in a class).
an individual-approach based upon the personal needs of children.
speech therapy during and after school hours.
elements of behavioral and relaxation care during teaching hours by special-needs pedagogues.
a specific approach to evaluating pupils’ performances.
modern teaching methods, including free-form teaching.
organized school trips related to class topics.
an after-school center for younger pupils.
a contribution for school supplies for the entire time your child is enrolled in our school.
<a title="School for Life" href="https://neslhk.com/en/school-for-life/">Educational approaches to Deaf and hard of hearing students with special educational needs always develop from the educational options and needs of the individual students.
Special pedagogues and many professionals give 100% in serving students as they lead the child on the path to knowledge. The interest of the child always takes precedence, in order for the student to reach similar targets as his peers without special needs in other schools.
These children are as smart, clever and inquisitive as the majority population. If they will have daily special-pedagogical support and have alternative ways to attain their goals with different kinds of attitudes, approaches and methods, they will be successful. For this reason, it is necessary to have cooperation between the family, school and the special pedagogical center, which must be based on the confidence of all participants...</a>