Children with different needs play and learn alongside each other, in the Canossian way of inclusion

Pupils from Canossian School joining their mainstream peers at Canossa Catholic Primary School for a physical education class.
Pupils from Canossian School joining their mainstream peers at Canossa Catholic Primary School for a physical education class.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - The Canossian family's journey of inclusion goes back more than three decades.

As early as 1989, a handful of children from Canossian School for those with hearing loss had spent a few hours a day attending lessons at the nearby former Bukit Batok Primary School.

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