Individualised Educational Programme (IEP)

IEP is an individualised objective of a child who has been found with a disability and it is intended to help children to reach educational goals more easily than they otherwise would. The IEP describes how the student learns, how the student best demonstrates that learning and what teachers and service providers will do to help the student learn more effectively. In the beginning of an academic year we set individual curricular and co-curricular goals and evaluate the progress three times a year. A multi-disciplinary team is working to set and evaluate the IEP.