SEED (Readiness) Programme
SEED stands for “Social, Emotional, and Educational Development”. The goal of the SEED Programme is to improve the school-based experience of those students who require an innovative and specialized approach to classroom instruction. The Programme’s model utilizes a child-centred approach to ensure that the appropriate levels of support and interventions, not found in typical classrooms, are readily available.
SEED is a Winstedt-designed school readiness programme that offers an incredible level of tailored support including:
-Maximum of 8 students to 2 full-time specialists in the classroom comprised of a senior special education teacher, and a behavioural therapist
-Social and emotional development curriculum 2x per week conducted by a psychologist
-In-house Speech and Language Therapist and Occupational Therapist that provide targeted weekly in-classroom strategies
View our SEED 2023-2024 Prospectus for more information.
SEED applies Winstedt’s innovative integrated trans-disciplinary educational model customized for SEED student profiles. Integrated therapy and social and emotional skills development are curated as part of every SEED student’s day-to-day compulsory education. Compare this to other schools that offer ad hoc therapies that are conducted in isolation from the student’s overall classroom and learning pathway. All SEED specialists work strategically in tandem, not in isolation, for our students.
Our integrated trans-disciplinary approach ensures maximum impact in the ongoing growth and development of each individual student based on their profile and specific learning needs.
Please contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our SEED programme.