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Our primary 5 Pathlighters and teachers attended the National Education (NE) Show in July - the annual rehearsals leading up to Singapore’s National Day Parade. Themed "Our Singapore", this year’s NE show celebrated Singapore’s bicentennial and ...
Pathlight Runners participated in Running Hour 2019, a national event that aims to promote integration and inclusion through running, which was held on 27 July. Pathlighters supported runners who were visually impaired through the inclusive run, ...
Pathlighters from the Photography Club visited the Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film in July, to view the exhibition by local artist-photographer Lim Kwong Ling titled “A Portrait of Home”. The exhibition comprised black and white ...
The second semester of the year started with a blast for our Primary 1 and 2 students, with our annual multi-disciplinary Pathlight Learning Festival in July. The four day Learning Festival saw Pathlighters engaging in active, applied and authentic ...
Primary 4 Pathlighters headed out to Pasir Ris Park in July for a “Learn, Play and Grow” Physical Education Learning Journey. They started the day with a picnic in school and unleashed their inner chefs as they prepared delicious sandwiches. ...
Our Secondary 2 Express and Normal Academic Pathlighters visited the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in May, as part of the School’s transition support to expose students to possible post-Secondary pathways and prepare them for work in ...
Our Secondary 4 Humanities Pathlighters headed out to Mediacorp’s broadcast centre in May to learn about the impact of globalisation and cultural homogenisation and hybridisation on the media and entertainment industry. Pathlighters also got a peek ...
Our STEM Club Pathlighters participated in the 3D-Tronics National Infocomm Competition at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College East in May. The theme this year centered around “Digital Making for Good”, and participants were tasked to ...
Secondary 4 Pathlighters embarked on a learning journey to the National Gallery in July as part of their Art and Life Readiness curriculum. Immersing themselves in artworks of various mediums by renowned Southeast Asian artists, Pathlighters ...
Our Pathlight Youth Choir delivered an evocative performance at “Evocation – The Art of Giving 2019”, a concert held annually by Evokx, a local non-profit choir group. The Art of Giving aims to engage youths in community service through choral ...
Pathlight Dance Talent Development Programme (Youth) made their debut at this year’s Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation and attained a Certificate of Accomplishment! Held to the same standards as their mainstream peers, this was the first ...
Our Vocational Track middle-year classes embarked on a trip to the “Future World” exhibition at Marina Bay Sands’ Artscience Museum for their Term 2 outing in May. Featuring high-tech, interactive and engaging installations, Pathlighters were ...

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    Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school in Singapore that offers Singapore's mainstream academic curriculum together with life readiness skills. It caters to students on the autism spectrum and related conditions, aged 7 to 18 years, who are cognitively able to access mainstream academic curriculum but require additional support such as smaller class sizes, special accommodations and teaching staff trained in autism.


    The School was established by Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) at the invitation of the Ministry of Education (MOE) and started operations in January 2004 with just 41 students. Today, it has over 1,400 students and is one of the fastest growing and progressive special schools in Singapore.

     

    Pathlight Education Programmes

    Pathlight Primary School
    Pathlight Secondary School
    Pathlight Vocational Track

     

    Who will Benefit from a Pathlight Education?

    Children on the autism spectrum, who are assessed to be cognitively able to access mainstream academics in a structured group learning environment (average class size of 6 to 12 students).

    Children aged 7 years who are able to access mainstream academics but require an additional Foundation year to build their school readiness for a typical mainstream school or Pathlight School's Primary 1 Programme, will benefit from our Primary 1 Foundation Programme. Students from this programme will move on to Primary 1 Standard* the following year.

    For students who are suitable to pursue the PSLE, GCE 'O' and 'N' Level examinations, but face challenges in a typical mainstream school, Pathlight offers a unique blend of academic curriculum and life readiness skills. This blended approach is aimed at maximising the potential of the students.

    * Pathlight's Primary 1 Standard is similar to mainstream Primary 1 curriculum.

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Pathlight School Campus 1

5, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Singapore 569739

+65 6459 9951

+65 6459 3397

 

Pathlight School Campus 2 (Main)

6, Ang Mo Kio St 44, Singapore 569253

+65 6592 0511

+65 6592 0514

 

Pathlight School Campus 2 (Annex)

2, Ang Mo Kio St 44, Singapore 569250

+65 6592 8925

+65 6592 8915

 

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