In rapidly changing environment of 21st century…… it is of utmost importance to promote the learning of reflective strategies to give students the confidence to become independent and long life learners. Weak basic skills should not become a barrier to understand one’s potential. To respect the aspects of Dyslexia and other Learning difficulties, to recognise the difficulties associated with it range from minimal to severe and to give them equal opportunities in life.

If a child can’t learn the way we teach, Maybe we should teach the way they learn


The screening, profiling and ongoing assessments with world class reliable and standardized tests . Early identification of Learning Difficulties is essential to bring about an effective improvement.
With the latest tests available, we are able to screen the child from as early as 4 years of age. 

Screening is helpful of making a profile of a learners with his individual strengths and weaknesses. This profile helps us to utilize his strengths in a positive manner and combat weaknesses.


Individual structured literacy Plan tailored to their individual needs. Strategies and skills developed in the Individual literacy lessons must be personalised by the learner in order to be effectively transferrable to other areas of the curriculum. Understanding principles associated with study skills to the pupil. To inculcate Meta-cognition. Use of ICT.


To ensure that the school’s teaching staff have a full appreciation of learning difficulties, associated with dyslexia, diversity of learning methods. To help them monitor and control learning more effectively.

It is of utmost importance that teachers are aware of the Learning Difficulties and well equipped with how to identify this at the earliest. With in-depth training, we wish to ensure that teaching staff have a full appreciation of the same and diversity of Learning Methods.


To orient parents and carers about the Individuality of learner’s needs and to work in full co-operation as a team.


Human beings are equipped with basic strategies to deal with difficulties, most of the times we are able to fight against the odds. But sometimes, our coping strategies no longer yield the expected results. Sometimes, professional help is needed to get our life ‘back on track’. We face a variety of difficulties at different stages of our life. Counselling is a process that empowers an individual to seize back control of their lives. The individual understands more about themselves, it helps in increasing one’s self awareness and their patterns that have caused them to lose self esteem as well as confidence in their own abilities. It is based on a growth model that helps an individual to take a step towards discovering a more positive and fulfilling life.

Counselling is a safe space to hear yourself think out loud about your life, express how you’re really feeling and discuss concerns and worries with someone who won’t judge you. Sometimes when an individual is worried or stuck in a difficult situation, they develop a narrow sense of vision where they restrict their own ability to live their life as they would like to.

Common myths associated with Counselling include ‘it is not scientific, people just talk, ‘it is like talking to a friend’, ‘It is only associated with past or trauma’. In reality, counsellors are trained individual with a certified degree who are experienced and use proper theoretical orientations and have studied human behaviour in depth. They use their skills to guide an individual to solve their own difficulties by providing the tools needed for change.

And one can go for counselling at any point of time in their life, when they feel they are unable to help themselves. There is no age bar when it comes to Counselling, from childhood to adulthood to old age and from individuals therapy, couples therapy family therapy to group therapy, Counselling covers all areas of life and is available for all.

Common issues that are usually addressed in Counselling include:

  • Self-esteem, self-confidence
  • Anger Issues
  • Behavioural Issues
  • Difficulties in managing relationships/ Relationship Conflicts
  • Communication difficulties
  • Trauma (including accidents and assaults)
  • Physical/emotional/Sexual abuse
  • Gender Identity
  • Issues related to sexuality
  • Transition/Adjustment
  • Mood changes
  • Eating Concerns
  • Body Image
  • Dependency issues (Alcohol/ Other Drugs)
  • Anxiety/stress
  • Mood changes
  • Grief and Loss
  • Suicidal thoughts/behaviours
  • Family Problems
  • Trust Issues
  • Quarterlife/ Midlife crisis
  • Lack of assertiveness

And many more, you can choose to come for Counselling Services fro anything that disturbs your normal flow of life.


Specialist teaching using Multisensory techniques We tailor tuition to meet your child’s needs providing specialist support from the basic level to the advanced level. Our teaching methods use more of a Multisensory approach using assistive technologies. It links as many senses as possible. For example, when introducing a new letter or sound-use of looking, listing, saying and doing. In this way, stronger channels of learning have used that help to build up weaker but essential ones.

Sensory Integration Therapy

Children learn through all the senses they possess. Sensory experiences include touch, movement, body, position, vision, smell, taste, sound and pull of gravity. The process of the brain organizing and interpreting this information is called Sensory integration, which is implemented using Brain Gym and Learning Gym. The child is led through a series of exercises that helps him/her to respond accurately and appropriately to his/her senses. SIT also plays a vital role in how well a child develops his/her attention span for all sorts of learning behaviour.

Literacy Programme

The Literacy Programme will facilitate phonological awareness, vocabulary skills, numeracy skills, comprehension enhancement, structuring sentences, developing reading readiness and encouraging children to think out of the box. Various ICT based multi-sensory programs, audio-visuals, worksheets, role plays and group interactions will be used for that. We aim at combining benefits of individual needs and independent learning along with our trained mentors.

Speed Up

Speed Up – is a carefully structured kinesthetic programme highly recommended by pediatric occupational therapists, that focuses on movements to develop handwriting fluency and speed. It promotes writing rhythms and patterns laying emphasis on the fine motor exercises and activities.

Emotional Intelligence / Quotient (EQ)

Emotional Intelligence/ Quotient (EQ) is the level of your ability to understand other people, what motivates them and how to work cooperatively with them. It is responsible for 80% success in life as it is more important than one’s intelligence (IQ). It helps each one of us to develop a mature emotional intelligence skill required to understand emotions better and deal with other people. The programme will cover the six areas of Emotional Competency such as Self Awareness, Self-Confidence, Self-Control, Empathy, Motivation and Self-Competency

Memory Booster Program

The Memory Booster program which focuses on improving memory and retention skills. This ICT based program consists of structured activities that require children to utilize their memory to the maximum. When practised regularly it can help them gain valuable skills and techniques to help them remember things better throughout their lives. It also uses exercises to enhance mental alertness.