Our Mission

We equip our students with skills, knowledge and attitudes through a holistic curriculum to enable them to lead independent and meaningful lives as integral members of the community.
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Our Vision

Leading independent and meaningful lives, Valued in the community
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School Mission

We aim to equip persons with special needs through best practices in education, training and support services, for open employment and life-long learning in partnership with our stakeholders and community.
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School Vision

Delta Senior School will be the most visionary and purpose-driven community of excellence for person-centred transition.
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About Intellectual Disability

Some key information about mild intellectual disability Persons with mild intellectual disability generally have a measured IQ level of around 50 -70, with concurrent significant limitations in adaptive behaviour as expressed in conceptual/ social/practical adaptive skills. Other...
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Thirty Years On

Our Achievements So Far In the last three decades, the impact of the APSN on its students and society has been noticeable. Through consistent efforts at public education, at both government and societal levels, the students’ education is now better funded by the government....
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To Nurture and to Grow

Our Schools For the Association’s committee members, principals and teachers, their belief in the pupils have driven their desire to educate and prepare the children for their future. And it is this determination that fuels the growth of the schools, such that the APSN has grown...
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We Were Children Once

The Seeds of Potential: 1970–1975 “Our children were too smart,” recalls Dr Dixie Tan, a former MP and the first president of what is now the APSN. The seeds of the APSN started in 1970 when a small group of parents realised that their children with IQs 50–70 needed a more...
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