Updated: Aug 28
Here at Presbyterian Preschool Services (PPS), we believe that each child is a gift, created wonderfully and uniquely in God’s image, capable of learning, growing and glowing. Thus, we endeavour to provide education for children of various backgrounds and learning needs.
What is the Education Support Programme (ESP)? The ESP is a quality educational programme that supports children with developmental needs aged between eighteen months to six years old. Children learn alongside their peers within a regular preschool setting. The programme ensures that each child’s potential is maximised through inclusive learning, a strong home-school partnership and social services where required.
Lessons and activities are modified for children with Special Educational Needs to access, participate and learn meaningfully alongside their typically developing peers to achieve better developmental outcomes.
ESP comprises of:
In-class support during integrated lessons by Educational Support Teachers
Individualised pull-out intervention sessions depending on each child’s needs
Individualised Education Plan (IEP) for each child
Comprehensive Learning Portfolio upon graduation
Enhanced comprehensive curriculum and resources
Home-Support Programme (HSP) for parents
Little Blessings for Little Ones
Our work at PPS extends beyond what we do for the children in the classrooms. We hope to show care and support for families in practical ways to help each child grow and glow. This way, more children can come and share in the knowledge of God’s love.
“Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 19:14
If you would like to partner us in our work, you may consider donating to the Little Blessings for Little Ones fund. Find out more here: https://bit.ly/PPSBlessings