We welcome students with diverse mild to moderate learning needs. We are proud to embrace all students who enrich and strengthen our community.
At SIS, we are driven by our vision and mission and by our learning principles. This means we work continuously and collaboratively to create an environment which support all of our community’s needs. Student support is not restricted to those with certain requirements, but is open to every student who need support.
Teachers or Parents/Guardians usually refer students to the Special Support Programme. Students who have received support in their previous schools are automatically accepted.
Naturally, support will vary depending on each student’s requirements. Students referred to the Special Support Programme will have an Individual Education Plan created which is then applied across all of the students classes.
It may be that a greater level of assistance is required than is available at SIS. The Special Support team, in addition to parents’ support and cooperation, may consult with educational psychologists, psychologists, special education instructors, learning assistants, physiotherapists, or speech pathologists, in order to provide the best support possible.
There are two school nurses in the school. They work in accordance with the Swedish health care system. Student health primarily works on prevention and health promotion, and must support the students’ development towards the goals of the education.