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APSN Education Services Ltd.

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road, Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Chaoyang School

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6456 6922
Email: cys@apsn.org.sg

APSN Katong School

Address: 900 New Upper Changi Road Singapore 467354
Phone: +65 6445 8027
Email: ks@apsn.org.sg

APSN Tanglin School

Address: 143 Alexandra Road Singapore 159924
Phone: +65 6475 1511
Email: ts@apsn.org.sg

APSN Delta Senior School

Address: 3 Choa Chu Kang Grove Singapore 688237
Phone: +65 6276 3818
Email: dss@apsn.org.sg

APSN Ltd.

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 2 #02-12 Singapore 409074
Phone: +65 6479 6252
Email: enquiry@apsn.org.sg

APSN Centre For Adults

Address: 11 Jalan Ubi Block 4, #01-31 Singapore 409074
Phone: +65 6346 2425
Email: cfa@apsn.org.sg

APSN Learning Hub

Email: apsnlearninghub@apsn.org.sg

APSN Student Care Centre

Address: 10 Ang Mo Kio Street 54 Singapore 569184
Phone: +65 6637 9812
Email: scc@apsn.org.sg

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Our Milestones

Our APSN Journey

2023
2023

APSN Learning Hub was launched to provide courses in the areas of disability, mental health and wellness, and social inclusion. We aim to develop the knowledge and capabilities of various stakeholders in the community so that we can strive towards a more inclusive society. We are working towards becoming an…Read More

2021
2021

The Association for Persons with Special Needs restructured to form two incorporated companies limited by guarantee – APSN Education Services Ltd and APSN Ltd. APSN Education Services Ltd. oversees the operations of four APSN Schools while APSN Ltd. manages the APSN Centre for Adults, APSN Student Care Centre and APSN…Read More

2020
2020

APSN has benefitted over 5,000 alumni members and beneficiaries across its four schools and Centre for Adults, serving more than 1,200 students and trainees each year. They are supported by more than 400 full time staff, including trained educators, instructors, job coaches and allied health professionals.

2017
2017

APSN’s first sheltered enterprise, the APSN Mystical Café for All, opened its doors to the public on Valentine’s Day. APSN hosted President Halimah Yacob at the APSN Centre for Adults (CFA) on 15th September 2017. This was her first public event after being sworn in as President.

2016
2016

APSN Centre for Adults moved to the newly-established Kembangan- Chai Chee Community Hub at Jalan Ubi. Minister Tan Chuan-Jin officiated the opening ceremony on 8th July 2016.

2014
2014

APSN Delta Senior School moved to its new purpose-built compound at Choa Chu Kang Grove

2007
2007

APSN Katong School moved to a new premise on New Upper Changi Road.

2006
2006

Chao Yang School merged with Jervois School to form APSN Chaoyang School. It reopened at the new and expanded site in Ang Mo Kio.

2004

The word “Special” was removed from the names of all APSN schools.

2003
2003

APSN Tanglin School moved to a new premise on Alexandra Road.

2002
2002

The Centre for Adults moved to a new premise on Jalan Tembusu.

2000
2000

In 2000, Association for Educationally Subnormal Children (AESN) was renamed to Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN). This was accompanied by the official opening of Tanglin Special School.

1997
1997

15 years later, Arthur Road Training Centre was restructured to form Delta Senior School and the Centre for Adults . Both institutions focused on providing vocational training to students with mild intellectual disabilities.

1992

With the move of Katong Special School to La Salle Road, the Vocational Training Centre moved back to Arthur Road and was renamed Arthur Road Training Centre (ARTC), catering to students above 16 years old.

1991
1991

Katong Special School shifted to a larger premise on La Salle Street.

1986
1986

Chao Yang Special School moved to the former site of Anthony Road Girls’ School at Newton Circus. In the same year, The Vocational Training Centre moved from Katong Special School to Chao Yang Special School.

1982
1982

The opening of Chao Yang Special School followed shortly in 1982 at the site of a former clan school on Clemenceau Avenue. Both Katong Special School and Chao Yang Special School held their first Combined Annual Athletic Meet that year.

1980
1980

In 1980, Katong Special School was established. It opened its doors at Arthur Road to 110 students and introduced social work services to improve the well-being of its students.

1977
1977

AESN operated classes at three church locations; St Peter, St Michael and Our Lady Queen of Peace,  with a total of 90 students.

1977
1977

AESN operated classes at three church locations; St Peter, St Michael and Our Lady Queen of Peace,  with a total of 90 students.

Our APSN Journey

2023
2023

APSN Learning Hub was launched to provide courses in the areas of disability, mental health and wellness, and social inclusion. We aim to develop the knowledge and capabilities of various stakeholders in the community so that we can strive towards a more inclusive society. We are working towards becoming an…Read More

2021
2021

The Association for Persons with Special Needs restructured to form two incorporated companies limited by guarantee – APSN Education Services Ltd and APSN Ltd. APSN Education Services Ltd. oversees the operations of four APSN Schools while APSN Ltd. manages the APSN Centre for Adults, APSN Student Care Centre and APSN…Read More

2020
2020

APSN has benefitted over 5,000 alumni members and beneficiaries across its four schools and Centre for Adults, serving more than 1,200 students and trainees each year. They are supported by more than 400 full time staff, including trained educators, instructors, job coaches and allied health professionals.

2017
2017

APSN’s first sheltered enterprise, the APSN Mystical Café for All, opened its doors to the public on Valentine’s Day. APSN hosted President Halimah Yacob at the APSN Centre for Adults (CFA) on 15th September 2017. This was her first public event after being sworn in as President.

2016
2016

APSN Centre for Adults moved to the newly-established Kembangan- Chai Chee Community Hub at Jalan Ubi. Minister Tan Chuan-Jin officiated the opening ceremony on 8th July 2016.

2014
2014

APSN Delta Senior School moved to its new purpose-built compound at Choa Chu Kang Grove

2007
2007

APSN Katong School moved to a new premise on New Upper Changi Road.

2006
2006

Chao Yang School merged with Jervois School to form APSN Chaoyang School. It reopened at the new and expanded site in Ang Mo Kio.

2004

The word “Special” was removed from the names of all APSN schools.

2003
2003

APSN Tanglin School moved to a new premise on Alexandra Road.

2002
2002

The Centre for Adults moved to a new premise on Jalan Tembusu.

2000
2000

In 2000, Association for Educationally Subnormal Children (AESN) was renamed to Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN). This was accompanied by the official opening of Tanglin Special School.

1997
1997

15 years later, Arthur Road Training Centre was restructured to form Delta Senior School and the Centre for Adults . Both institutions focused on providing vocational training to students with mild intellectual disabilities.

1992

With the move of Katong Special School to La Salle Road, the Vocational Training Centre moved back to Arthur Road and was renamed Arthur Road Training Centre (ARTC), catering to students above 16 years old.

1991
1991

Katong Special School shifted to a larger premise on La Salle Street.

1986
1986

Chao Yang Special School moved to the former site of Anthony Road Girls’ School at Newton Circus. In the same year, The Vocational Training Centre moved from Katong Special School to Chao Yang Special School.

1982
1982

The opening of Chao Yang Special School followed shortly in 1982 at the site of a former clan school on Clemenceau Avenue. Both Katong Special School and Chao Yang Special School held their first Combined Annual Athletic Meet that year.

1980
1980

In 1980, Katong Special School was established. It opened its doors at Arthur Road to 110 students and introduced social work services to improve the well-being of its students.

1977
1977

AESN operated classes at three church locations; St Peter, St Michael and Our Lady Queen of Peace,  with a total of 90 students.

1977
1977

AESN operated classes at three church locations; St Peter, St Michael and Our Lady Queen of Peace,  with a total of 90 students.

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