Academics

Strongly founded on the school's core values, the Preschool and Elementary School Programs recognize each individual's potential to develop holistically. One World School understands the wide range of interests, abilities and learning needs inside the classroom, but it also realizes how these children working together in one classroom can learn and benefit from each other. Teachers expose children to a variety of teaching techniques and strategies, explore different venues for them to learn, and ensure that they are provided with the right amount of support and challenge through differentiation.

Preschool and Kindergarten

Each Preschool and Kindergarten class will have a maximum of eight students, with two teachers.

  • Children who are gifted and talented,
  • Children who are average or typical learners,
  • Children with special education needs, and
  • Atypical learners.

One World School emphasizes each student’s strengths and abilities, and teachers will collaborate with parents and colleagues to design units and lessons that value, utilize, and develop students’ unique gifts and talents. Through modeling by teachers, students will recognize and value their own and peers’ strengths and abilities and how those are invaluable within their classrooms and school community.

Children with identified special education needs may also be part of the Individualized Education Program.

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Elementary School: Grades 1 to 6

The Elementary School is also designed for children of all abilities. Each class will have a maximum of 8 to 9 students, with two teachers. Children with identified special education needs may also be part of the Individualized Education Program.

The program has grown into a community thriving on collaboration among teachers, students, parents, and specialists. This community ensures that learning is a process where everyone strives for the common goal of making the child succeed. Although it is still in its early years, the program is moving forward to ensure that quality education is provided for all kinds of learners, both children with and without learning needs.

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Individualized Education Program

One World School provides a holistic and individualized program for children with special needs. The students in the program are from ages 2 to 18, with a range of abilities. The school looks at the individual's specific strengths, abilities and learning needs. From there, the school provides the appropriate support in academics, social, motor, language, and adaptive functioning. A variety of intervention programs are provided in school: Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Treatment and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Oral Placement Therapy/Sensory Motor Feeding Program, Social Thinking Program, Social Stories, Whole Language Program, Differentiation, Reading Programs, Hooked on Phonics, and Lindamood-Bell Program.

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Internship and Transition Program

The Internship and Transition Program starts with the identification of the individual abilities of our interns. The school provides on-site training, together with the identification of pre-requisite skills of the adult support. This is endorsed and addressed by the Vocational Teachers in school. Preparation for adult living, as well as functional academic skills are provided for the interns. They are currently deployed in different companies. The school is also exploring other venues through the help of the school's Parent Resource Group, as well as introduction of other business endeavors, such as party organizing.

The Internship & Transition Program is designed for individuals with and without special education needs who have an interest in working with young children and developing job-related skills for part or full-time employment. Interns for the half to full year program must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or equivalent. Summer interns must be 15 - 18 years old.

Each intern will have a One World School mentor and will be required to volunteer a set number of hours per week and participate in weekly Transition Classes. Interns who successfully complete at least one full year of this program will be eligible for paid part or full time employment with One World School.

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School Development Plan

Each year, One World School will add one grade level and expand its academic programs, resulting in a complete Preschool to Grade 12 program for children of all abilities within 15 years.