ACS plans to start special needs school
Pilot programme for autistic children may be rolled out next year
Published on Jun 28, 2014 8:22 AM
ANGLO-CHINESE School (ACS) plans to start a special needs school as part of its drive to be inclusive.
A pilot programme is expected to be rolled out next year at ACS (Independent) and ACS (Barker Road), subject to approval from the Government.
Chairman Richard Seow of the ACS board of governors told The Straits Times that the aim in siting the special needs school at the two schools is to get the students to mix and interact daily.
"When we talk about inclusiveness, we have an ACS school for almost every single type of learner," said Mr Seow, referring to the existing six schools which include primary, secondary, international and a junior college.
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