Pre Primary Section
- In the Pre Primary Section, we aim to train the students to Adapt and enhance their Ability building skills, train and develop good habits, and establish confidence in them. We are constantly doing various activities to build Motor skills like fine motor, gross motor etc.
- The teaching methods we use will enhance the Creativity and Cognitive thinking in them. We simultaneously work on the Auditory, Visual and Tactile perception while conducting multiple activities with them.
- We also train them for basic Academic skills like English, Mathematics and Environmental Studies as well as vocational skills Art & Craft and Cooking.
- Our vision is to develop and enhance each student to the best of their potential.
- We wok on the Communication & Comprehension skills which will help their Social development.
- The Academic Section of Little Angels School follows the curriculum of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS Board) an autonomous institution under the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India X th & XII th.
- The Pre-Primary level is a foundation for the child’s physical, cognitive, language and social development. The curriculum is designed in such a way that learning takes place with a lot of audio-visual aids, free play, virtual games, sensory play, singing etc.
- The Primary level helps engage the students in the learning process in creative ways. The subjects offered are English language, Mathematics, E.V.S., Computers, Brain gym, Art and craft.
- The Secondary level introduces the students to the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) Board subjects. It is a prequel to the actual NIOS level.
- The subjects offered are English (Language & Literature), Home Science, Painting, Business Studies, Mass Communication and Data Entry Operation (DEO).
- The students will apply for NIOS only after completing 14 years and then appear for the NIOS Board exams as per the academic planning.
Functional Academic Section
- The Functional Academic curriculum is an educational program with four instructional domains representing the major areas of life activities in which all individuals engage. The program’s focus is on the enhancement of independence through the teaching of functional life skills in the home, community and future work settings which are meant to prepare students for a normal life in the community.
- The instructional objectives are organized within four domains of instruction, representing the major areas of life activity. These are identified and defined below :
- Academics :
- Skills which represent an application of an academic skill (e.g., reading, writing, math) to a real life situation. This includes skills such as handling money, telling time, reading sight words, use of technology etc.
- Personal Development skills :
- Skills that are necessary for oneself, including personal information, personal care, personal safety and health care.
- Domestic Skills :
- Skills that are necessary to participate in home life in the community. This includes skill areas associated with meal preparation, shopping, house keeping, laundry and home maintenance etc.
- Employment Skills :
- Skills which are necessary to secure and maintain a job. This includes pre vocational production of hand made soaps, scrubs, bath salts, candles and paper quilling articles.
- In the implementation of the curriculum, the focus will be on the transfer and generalization of knowledge and skills to everyday life situations.
Adaptive Life Section
- Occupational Therapy & Sensory Integration :
- Occupational Therapy evaluates and provides treatment to the special student with multiple disabilities to maximize his/her potential.
- The Therapist uses intervention to develop, recover and maintain the meaningful activities of the students. It focuses on gross motor and fine motor skills, cognitive perceptional skills, sensory integration, social-emotional skills and ADL training.
- Music Therapy :
- Music Therapy uses music interventions to accomplish individualized goals. The Therapy helps students improve their health in several domains such as cognitive functioning, motor skills, emotional development, social skills and quality of life using both active and passive music experiences such as song, dance and listening.
- Perception :
- Incorporates the ability to see, hear or become aware of something through their senses. It is organisation, identification & interpredation of sensory information or environment. It incorporate visual, audio, sensory perception. All perception activities involves signals through the narrow system which in turn result from physical stimulation of sensory system.
- Speech Therapy :
- Speech and audiology department caters to the communicative and hearing needs of the students and thus enables each student to communicate effectively in his/her social environment. The students are given one to one training to enhance their functional communication.