A child born with any disability cannot get over it.
Evaluation for the following areas is done through formaland informal assessment: Physical (Fine motor, Gross motor and oral motor) Cognitive Emotional Psycho-social Toileting / Feeding / other basic ADL’s.
Pre-primary – 1:4 Primary – 1:6 Secondary – 1:5 Life Enrichment Centre – 1:5
Evaluation results will decide whether your child can /cannot do academics.
National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) is an open school which encourages flexibility and freedom in learning. NIOS acts as a national level Board of Education. The open schooling course of study of NIOS have the same standards & equivalence as the courses of study of other National& State level Board. Students have joined colleges after completing their studies. In NIOS examination, learners with disabilities are provided general relaxations and also the facility of amanuensis according to their disabilities. Scheme of Studies: NIOS offers various subjects in various medium. Provisions have also been made for the students to opt for one vocational education subject along with academic subject. Little Angels NIOS Secondary Section offers the following subjects-English, Home Science, BusinessStudies, Word Processing as Academic subjects and Bakery & Confectionery as the Vocational subject. Little Angels NIOS Senior Secondary Section offers the following subjects-English, Home Science, Business Studies, Word Processing and Mass Communication as Academic subjects Scheme of Evaluation: Both Word Processing and Bakery Confectionery are out of 100 marks (60 Practical and 40 –Theory) For Secondary examinations, theory and practical are considered as one unit and you have to pass in aggregate of the two. Hence, for appearing in a subject with practical at Secondary level, you are required to appear in both theory and practical. As a Senior Secondary learner, if you pass in practical but fail in the theory of a subject, the practical marks will be retained and you can appear again in theory examination.
The shifting of a child to the mainstream depends on the achieved level of the child at school
Yes, we do have Individualised Educational Programme.
Teachers are trained professional.
Changes in curriculum, supplementary aides or equipment and the provision of specialized physical adaptations that allow students to participate in the educational environment to the fullest extent possible. Students may need this help to access subject matter to physically gain access to the school or to meet their emotional needs. For e.g. if the assessment determines that the student cannot write by hand because of a physical disability then we provide a computer for typing assignments, or allow the student to answer questions orally instead or planning a student who is severely distracted by the normal activities in a large, busy classroom in a smaller classroom such as a resource room. We may modify a reading assignment for a student with reading difficulties by substituting a shorter, easier book and student may receive both accommodations and modification.
Toilet training begins at a very early age as it is one of the very important activity of daily living.
Functional academics include Any area that helps the child function as independently aspossible. Tying shoes Going to the bathroom Knowing appropriate behavior Self feeding Using a computer.
The curriculum is based on the National Institute of Open Schooling (N.I.O.S)
The child should be 14years old to avail the admission for NIOS.