Practical Curriculum Areas
Practical curriculum is a part of a whole school curriculum or learning experience. This represents a multidisciplinary approach for the child to use in learning situations which enable and support them to develop/enhance their ability to think, learn, understand, express and remember.

The curriculum is intended to be child centered and individualized, offers a mixture of community/life skills experiences, social opportunities and more formal teaching. Most activities are offered in a functional context and the skills practice in a meaningful way. Pupil’s independent thinking skills and problem solving are being encouraged through pupil initiated and exploratory learning as this enables our pupils to consolidate their skills and knowledge.

The activities/experiences are individualized according to the student’s needs and their preferred learning styles, so this allows the students to reach their full potential. Developing the student’s communication (conventional and unconventional) skills is an integral part of curriculum .Student’s voice is celebrated in a wide array of activities and experiences. The class and curriculum has specific design to meet the needs of the students who have more complex learning styles.

The major six areas of the curriculum are