CLASSROOM

The physical structure of the classroom is designed to create a positive, bright environment for students to learn. Each classroom is divided into 8 cubicles for 1:1 sessions, with each cubicle customized with the student-specific material, reinforcers and visual schedules. Every classroom is also equipped with a long centre table for group activities as well as shelves and pigeon holes for students to keep their belongings.

Individual Cubicles

Individual cubby spaces allow teachers to provide 1:1 sessions in a distraction-free environment to maximise learning. Every student has their own cubicle which is customized according to their needs, learning style and preferences.

Group Tables

The central group activity space allows for students to engage with each other and practice group skills and to model a typical “classroom” environment.

Time-out room

Each classroom is also equipped with a time-out room, which is a separate room within the classroom, where students can choose to take a “time out” when the classroom environment is too overwhelming for them.

CLASSROOM

The physical structure of the classroom is designed to create a positive, bright environment for students to learn. Each classroom is divided into 8 cubicles for 1:1 sessions, with each cubicle customized with the student-specific material, reinforcers and visual schedules. Every classroom is also equipped with a long centre table for group activities as well as shelves and pigeon holes for students to keep their belongings.

Individual Cubicles

Individual cubby spaces allow teachers to provide 1:1 sessions in a distraction-free environment to maximise learning. Every student has their own cubicle which is customized according to their needs, learning style and preferences.

Group Tables

The central group activity space allows for students to engage with each other and practice group skills and to model a typical “classroom” environment.

Time-out room

Each classroom is also equipped with a time-out room, which is a separate room within the classroom, where students can choose to take a “time out” during a meltdown or when the classroom environment is too overwhelming for them.