Shadow Teachers


What role does a SPOT shadow teacher play?

The role of our SPOT shadow teachers is to provide additional support to a student finding it difficult to access mainstream schooling.


Who would benefit from having a shadow teacher?

Children that could benefit from the individual support include children with ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, Behavioural problems and/or Learning Difficulties including Dyslexia.


How does a SPOT shadow teacher support a student?

- Developing appropriate behaviour in school, including helping him/her stay focused and engaged.

- Establishing an environment that helps to strengthen academic ability.

- Building upon his/her social interaction skills with with the goal of independence

- Increase his/her self confidence in their abilities


Why are SPOT shadow teachers special?

SPOT shadow teachers are trained in the SPOT clinics by our highly skilled therapists whichincludes psychologists, speech and language therapists, occupational therapist and physiotherapists with the purpose of being able to transfer therapeutic strategies into the classroom to increase your child's independence.


Team work is key

Our Shadow teachers work collaboratively with parents and teaching staff. Shadows, together with teachers, develop termly goals. Parents receive weekly communication about their child's progress and Shadow teachers will join parent-teacher meetings.


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Thanks a lot (Mindy) for your advice and assessment. (Child) enjoyed playing with you during the sessions very much and looking forward to the upcoming session every week. We noticed his significant progress, too. Really thousand thanks. Actually, his teachers also noticed his significant progress after the therapy. He is more willing to follow instructions and is now interacting with teachers and classmates in English and Putonghua. The visiting educational psychologist in school also remarked him as being "completely different". She was a bit concerned during her last visit but was much delighted to see his progress after a few months.