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On 22 August 2017, students from Vocational Track visited the Health Promotion Board. They attended workshops where they were briefed on the importance of a balanced diet and regular meals. They also learnt about the benefits of the different food ...
On 11 August 2017, our Primary 4 students visited West Coast Park to develop their physical and cognitive skills learnt from Physical Education (PE) through games. West Coast Park provided a realistic environment for students to exercise in, and ...
On 13 August 2017, Pathlighters from Performing Arts group performed at "Welcome to My World 2017" by Very Special Arts Singapore Ltd (VSA). The event was graced by Guest of Honour, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Social and Family Development. Every ...
Pathlight staff and students joined residents of Teck Ghee at the annual Teck Ghee National Day Dinner on 12 August 2017. Students from the Performing Arts group delivered a lively performance in front of everyone, including Guest-of-Honour Prime ...
Pathlight School was a sea of red and white today, as Pathlighters celebrated Singapore's 52nd birthday in a series of activities across both campuses. Aligning with the theme for this year’s National Day Parade, “One Nation Together”, the School ...
Organised by the School of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering at Singapore Polytechnic, the Toy Design Competition is a platform for students to challenge their creativity and design animated mechanical toy sculptures called “Automata”. ...
A team of Pathlight educators presented on the School’s Social Studies programme and collaboration with the National Museum of Singapore at the Social Studies Primary Symposium on 27 and 28 July. Organised by the Humanities Branch at the Curriculum ...
On 22 July, the Pathlight Youth Choir performed at YMCA’s annual “Proms@the Park” outdoor concert and picnic at the Asian Civilisations Museum. The event, with Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean as the Guest-of-Honour, brought cheer to 200 ...
On 21 July, three students from Pathlight’s Performing Arts Senior Group (Choir) performed at the “SPEDacular Voices” concert at Pan Pacific Hotel. The concert was part of the Enabling Employers Awards (EEA) Ceremony organised by SGEnable. A ...
Secondary 3 students participated in the annual Signature Integration Event with Chong Boon Secondary School (CBSS) at the Singapore Flyer on 26 July. With National Day just around the corner, our students had an unobstructed view of Marina Bay from ...
Pathlight is proud to be the only Special Education school among 12 that participated in STEM @ Central Singapore. Held from 19 to 22 June 2017, the event saw 300 students going through intensive rounds of coding and prototyping.  Using theories ...
Pathlight School commemorated Racial Harmony Day (RHD) on Friday, 21 July 2017. The occasion affirms the importance of preserving racial and religious harmony, and celebrates Singapore as a racially harmonious society built on a rich diversity of ...

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    Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school in Singapore that offers Singapore's mainstream academic curriculum together with life readiness skills. It caters to students with autism and related disorders, aged 7 to 18 years, who are cognitively able to access mainstream academic curriculum but require additional support such as smaller class sizes, special accommodations and teaching staff trained in autism.


    The School was established by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) at the invitation of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and started operations in January 2004 with just 41 students. Today, it has more than 1,100 students and is one of the fastest growing and progressive special schools in Singapore.

     

    Pathlight Education Programmes

    Pathlight Primary School
    Pathlight Secondary School
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    Who will Benefit from a Pathlight Education?

    Children with mild to moderate severity of autism, who are assessed to be cognitively able to access mainstream academics in a structured group learning environment (average class size of 8 to 12 students).

    Children aged 7 years who are able to access mainstream academics but require an additional Foundation year to build their school readiness for a typical mainstream school or Pathlight School's Primary 1 Programme, will benefit from our Primary 1 Foundation Programme. Students from this programme will move on to Primary 1 Standard* the following year.

    For students who are suitable to pursue the PSLE, GCE 'O' and 'N' Level examinations, but face challenges in a typical mainstream school, Pathlight offers a unique blend of academic curriculum and life readiness skills. This blended approach is aimed at maximising the potential of the students.

    * Pathlight's Primary 1 Standard is similar to mainstream Primary 1 curriculum.

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