In 2018, Mayflower Primary School became the designated school for students with hearing loss. The school adopts a co-teaching model where a mainstream teacher and a specialised teacher jointly plan, coordinate, and deliver instruction to a diverse group of students. The co-teaching model promotes the inclusion of students with hearing loss to access the national curriculum within a regular education classroom.
At Mayflower Primary, Singapore Sign Language is used to support instruction for pupils with hearing loss. This will come via specialised teachers from the Singapore Association for the Deaf, who will co-teach the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. An Educational Interpreter will support in the teaching of non-examinable subjects such as physical education, art and music.
For enrolment and registration enquiries, kindly contact the Deaf Education Department under the Singapore Association for the Deaf at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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