Responsible for planning, developing, delivering and evaluating appropriate individualized educational services, learning programmes and instructions for special needs students in both self-contained and integrated settings in consultation with other school personnel.
Implement and monitor effective teaching & learning pedagogies, intervention strategies for students with Special Education Needs (SEN)
Design and implement valid and reliable modes of assessment to evaluate students’ progress and development.
Identify and design support structures to students with SEN
Work with school leaders and management team to plan and implement school-wide educational and recreational programmes
Collaborate and consult with allied professionals, parents/caregivers and external agencies to ensure quality support and well-being of students
Responsible for designing, assessing and reviewing student-centric lessons with engaging approaches to accommodate individual learning styles
Advocate to Heads of Department appropriate instructional learning resources to value add to students’ learning
Review and reinforce learning activities using lesson plans and teaching strategies to help students to master concepts and skills
Implement the use of information technology in lesson preparation and teaching to engage learners
Research and keep abreast of up-to-date subject knowledge and design teaching resources in professional learning teams
Supervise students and manage pupil behaviours in the classroom and on school premises to inculcate school values and enforce discipline
Document concerns of students to facilitate problem solving with parents and professional support staff
Conduct Parent-Teacher Conferencing to discuss students’ strengths, weaknesses and identify areas of focus to support IEP goals and transition
Provide information to parents for home-school communications to support students’ progress
Make home visits for students with high support needs and craft intervention strategies to meet student social and emotional needs
Establish work plan priorities to meet school strategic thrusts
Actively involved in staff meetings, co-curricular activities, educational conferences, and school programs.
Participate in parents’ evenings and school-wide training events to promote home-school partnership.
Participate in organizing school events, including sporting events, learning journey and other excursions like camping trips and educational tours
Diploma/ Degree from recognised Polytechnics and Universities with GCE ‘O’ level credits in English and Mathematics
Prior experience with Students with Mid Intellectual Disabilities (MID) is preferred
Specific subject knowledge, knowledge in special needs education and behaviour modification, Microsoft office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word)
Interpersonal skills, classroom management skills, takes Initiative, effective communication Strong in verbal and written English
Prior experience handling Numeracy/ Literacy, Physical Education, WPLN, Science, HSR, SEL/ CCE and Vocational Guidance is an added advantage.
Additional Notes to Applicants:
APSN operates 4 Special Education (SPED) Schools with locations as below:
APSN Chaoyang – Ang Mo Kio;
APSN Katong School – New Upper Changi Road;
APSN Tanglin School – Alexandra Road; and
APSN Delta Senior School – Choa Chu Kang.
Do indicate your preferred work locations when you apply.
Diploma, Advanced/Higher/Graduate Diploma, Bachelor's Degree, Post Graduate Diploma, Professional Degree, Master's Degree
Supported by National Council of Social Service (Community Chest), Ministry of Education and Ministry of Social and Family Development, Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN) is an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).
Founded in 1976, APSN was set up as a voluntary welfare organisation to provide special education for persons with mild intellectual disability (IQ50-70) through a holistic approach in the development of academic, vocational and social skills.
The Association provides dedicated and specialised educational pathways for ages 7 to 21 through the operation of its 4 Schools- APSN Delta Senior School, APSN Tanglin School, APSN Katong School, and APSN Chaoyang School, while the Centre for Adults (CFA) provides continued vocational training and preparation for open employment from 17 years old and above, all the way to adulthood.
In partnership with her stakeholders and community, APSN equips persons with special needs through best practices in education, training and support services for open employment and life-long learning.
Since 2016, APSN established its sheltered enterprises, such as the APSN Mystical Café for All. The café provides trainees from the APSN CFA with safe and realistic training to learn valuable skills that enhance their employability. The farm-to-plate concept of the café also means that vegetables and herbs are freshly grown in the in-house vertical farm, harvested and served. All café’s proceeds are channelled back to support APSN’s programmes and provide a small allowance for the trainees. By fostering interaction between the public and our trainees, APSN helps build acceptance and encouragement for the special needs community.
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