Student profile of our exceptional learners

Our students are at the heart of everything we do. We recognize that each of our learners is a unique individual, with their own set of strengths, challenges, and achievements. Our goal is to celebrate the diversity of our community and to provide personalized, meaningful education to each and every student.

Our Whole Child Approach to SEN

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At All Children's Academics, we are dedicated to providing a supportive and inclusive learning environment that caters to the individual needs of each of our students.

Our student body is incredibly diverse, encompassing students with a range of academic and social learning differences, as well as those diagnosed with anxiety, ADHD, ADD, Autism, PANDAS, Sensory Processing Disorder, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia.

Some of our students may have existing Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) in their school districts, outlining specific accommodations and services required to help them succeed academically and socially. However, we also recognize that not every student will require an IEP to benefit from our specialized approach to education. Our goal is to provide personalized, meaningful education to each and every student, regardless of their background or needs.

We understand that some students may excel in certain areas while requiring additional support in others, which is why we take a holistic approach to education that addresses the whole child. This includes social and emotional learning, as well as academic instruction. We strive to create a safe and nurturing learning environment that fosters a love of learning, encourages self-expression, and celebrates each student’s unique strengths and achievements.

We are proud to serve a diverse & unique student population, and we are committed to providing each student with the individualized support and guidance they need to reach their full potential. Our whole child approach to education is designed to address the needs of each student, and our goal is to create a positive, inclusive, and supportive learning environment where every student can thrive.

Recognizing the Diverse Needs and Strengths of Students

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Students who benefit from our whole child approach show needs in one or more of the areas below. Some of these areas will be strengths for our students.

Academic Style

  • Struggle with “group” work or teams, but have immense potential
  • Learn best in a small group setting
  • Need academics differentiated to meet their learning style and pace
  • Need flexibility, but still consistency and firmness
  • Need time to finish a project or thought before moving on
  • Show off their potential and excel when placed in the right environment
  • Educators see their intelligence but “don’t know what to do”
  • Are struggling in a traditional classroom but are very “capable”
  • Need open opportunities to experiment, tinker, and create without boundaries and limitations
  • Show off their potential and excel when placed in the right Excel when placed with an educator who “gets them”

Social & Emotional

  • May show inconsistency in mood, excitability, engagement, and regulation
  • Need consistency in rules, boundaries, and expectations at home & school
  • Need teacher awareness in reading their physical, and emotional cues; before escalation
  • Need prompting of expressive language to relay feelings, emotions, and needs
  • Need a team leader to incorporate speech, occupational therapy, and/or psychological services into their school day
  • Need assistance decoding receptive language, body language and social norms/expectations
  • Are emotionally sensitive, may interpret verbal and non-verbal language inaccurately

Sensory Needs

  • Have a fast or slow tempo in the classroom or on the playground
  • Need opportunities for sensory breaks
  • Need a tool box to self-regulate, and immediate access to those tools
  • Needs to have their sensory diet run throughout the school day
  • Can have difficulty “settling” after recess, PE, or an exciting time when their engine is running full speed
  • Can have difficulty sitting through circle times, large group instruction, or auditory assignments