Primary 1 Preparatory Class

Primary 1 Preparatory Class


Suitable for children aged 5-7 years old who are enrolled in regular kindergartens or Primary One who have reading, comprehension and/or handwriting difficulties.


Phonemic Awareness
Barton Reading Program
Handwriting without Tears

Type A reading difficulties e.g. dyslexia

  • unable to recognize alphabet consistently
  • reading vocabulary of fewer than 100 words
  • no difficulties understanding oral language

Target Outcome

  • read at the age-appropriate level within 3 to 6 months

Type B language difficulties e.g. specific language impairment

  • student is able to read short sentences but has difficulty understanding oral language and stories (weak auditory processing skills and inefficient working memory)

Target Outcome

  • read and answer comprehension texts at the age-appropriate level within 6 to 12 months


Suitable for students who are able to read at age-appropriate levels as at January of K2 year but have difficulties with number concepts & Math language – e.g. difficulties in sequencing numbers consistently, mental sums, etc.


Montessori Math
Number Talks (suitable for children with verbal-auditory learning styles)
Making Math Real (a multi-sensory pictorial-visual program developed by the University of California, Berkeley)

Target Outcomes

  • develop interest and confidence in Math
  • experience less anxiety about Math
  • develop automaticity in basic Math facts

Integrated Group

Suitable for children with mild autism spectrum disorder, global developmental delay, or sensory processing disorder aged 3 to 7 years old

Level of instruction: K2 – P1

Program Outline

  • classroom setting
  • thematic approach – project work and discussion, visual comprehension strategies

Target Outcomes

classroom behaviors e.g. develop attention-switching skills required for class discussion

  • to complete work in a timely manner
  • to ask teacher & peer for help appropriately
  • to be engaged appropriately during free/waiting time

social skills

    • to develop self-awareness i.e. to identify personal feelings
    • to develop person concepts: self and peers
    • to develop age-appropriate problem-solving skills i.e. identify a problem, brainstorm solutions, select a course of action, and evaluate success (or failure)

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Primary 1
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