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In hopes of making public transport more user-friendly, illustrations by six of our student and alumni artists from the Artist Development Programme (ADP) were selected and incorporated as wayfinding signage along the walkway from Redhill MRT ...
On 3 November 2017, Secondary 1 students participated in a “Fun Fit Day” at Bukit Timah’s Green Corridor. The programme began with an hour-long hike through rocky trails and followed by a series of station games. The games were aimed to test ...
On 7 November 2017, Secondary 2 students embarked on an amazing race around the Southern Ridges. Grouped according to their classes, they were given a list of clues to find eight locations along the Southern Ridges trail. At each location, they had ...
Ms Denise Phua, President of ARC and Mayor of Central CDC hosted the wife of the Danish Prime Minister, Mrs Sólrun Løkke Rasmussen, at the TAF's flagship store at the Enabling Village. Ms Phua hosted the VIP delegation on a tour of the store, and ...
It was a momentous occasion for our graduating Primary 6 students. In an impressive show of results, 94 percent of this year’s PSLE cohort is eligible to progress to secondary school. We couldn't be more proud of our Pathlighters for all their hard ...
Students who sat for their GCE N- and O-Levels this year had a blast celebrating their achievements at their Graduation Night on 24 November 2017. Held at a hotel for the first time, the special event saw students having fun and reminiscing their ...
One of the activities that Pathlight held during Education Week in November 2017 was a food donation drive for the non-profit organisation, The Food Bank Singapore. In the lead-up to this “Values in Action” event, two Lower Secondary Values ...
From 7 to 9 November 2017,  Secondary 1 students visited the Science Centre to understand the correlation between health and nutrition. Besides meal planning and the importance of a balanced diet, the students learnt about the different ...
The School Digital Media Awards (SDMA) 2017 is an annual media competition organised by the Ministry of Education's Educational Technology Division and the School of Film and Media Studies of Ngee Ann Polytechnic. The competition provides a platform ...
On 10 November 2017, our Primary 4 students had their Science Experiential Learning Day. The activities extended students’ science learning experiences beyond the classroom. Students got to conduct various science experiments and activities ...
On 3 November 2017, DBS Bank sponsored our Primary 1 students to a learning journey at the River Safari. Pathlighters had a great time interacting and hanging out with volunteers from DBS Bank, who were generous to also treat our students to gifts ...
On 20 October 2017, Secondary 2 students visited the Singapore Science Centre and attended a workshop on the use of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in forensic science. At the two-hour session, Pathlighters delved into the sensational criminal case 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
    Pathlight Vocational Track

     

    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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