Special Needs



Our SPECIAL TRANSITION EDUCATION PROGRAMME is a customised curriculum, formed by TTIP, that helps integrate children with disorders and developmental delays into a supportive mainstream classroom setting gradually. Early intervention + Inclusion are the surest way to help children who sign up with our S.T.E.P programme.

At TTIP, we strongly believe that every infant or child has a right to education and we believe that a support system to assist non-typically developing children is a compulsory element in every kindergarten and school.

With the help of highly qualified and amazingly dedicated therapists, an individualised educational plan (IEP) is created for each child. Therapy includes communication therapy, Oral Muscle Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Functional Routine and a host of other ideal interventions that are specifically designed for the needs of each student.

With the assistance of special educator and shadow aides, the ultimate aim is to integrate every child that comes into the S.T.E.P Integrated program into mainstream classroom setting with typically developing preschool children.

We have had a 100% success rate in this program, with all our preschool children having been accepted into primary schools.

therapist monitoring a kid with autism
teacher showing child drawings
special needs child happy playing with blocks
S.T.E.P (s)
  • First Step - Evaluation of the child.
  • Second Step - Assignment of a Therapist. The therapist will work with the child during the early intervention and the inclusion phase. The initial ratio is 1:1 (one therapist for one student) then it will become a 1: 2 ratio (one therapist for two students) to achieve a full student independence in the mainstream classroom.
  • Third Step - IEP Individualised Education Plan construction to lay out exactly how the school plans to help and support your child improvement and how to improve and build new skills.
  • Fourth Step - Follow up with parents on the IEP Plan.
Early Intervention Services:
  • Head-start (attention skills, visual skills, memory, matching, imitation)
  • Communication Skills
  • Functional Routine (life skills)
  • Motor Skills (eye coordination, bilateral coordination, finger and thumb isolation, reaching, grasping, hand coordination…)
  • OMT (Oral Motor Therapy focuses on improving the jaw muscles (lips and tongue) which is crucial for speech development)
  • Classroom Adaptation ( Integration into the mainstream classroom and main school events),
  • Play and Social Skills ( eye contact, turn taking skills, waiting skills, perspective taking, sharing, following directions, interaction, friendship group and dealing with stress and anxiety)
  • Neuro Exercise ( to target the brain and keep it running. exercises like crawling forward and backward …)
  • Academics
  • OT (Occupational Therapy)

The Role of Parents and Teachers

A Teacher-parent collaboration is essential! Teachers and parents need to collaborate, undertake joint efforts and share information to provide efficient and meaningful education to students. Working together is critical to identify which areas of student development need attention and jointly determine appropriate goals and milestones to be achieved. Effective communication between teachers and parents happens when both parties are honest and supportive of each other’s responsibilities and roles

Join Today

If you would like to register your child or require further information, please write to or telephone the Kindergarten to make an appointment to view the school and collect a registration form.

The admission process begins with the registration of the child. Registration for admission is offered all year round based on availability. A Registration Fee and refundable Security Deposit will be applicable for all registrations. Other fees payable upon registration are: Monthly School fee, Monthly Therapist Fee, Monthly Lunch fee (if required) and Educational Field Trips.

Please contact us for further information regarding fees and payment methods.

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