Special Needs School
Under the ‘Inclusive Education’ Act all schools are responsible for providing a suitable learning place for every child
Under the ‘Inclusive Education’ (Passend Onderwijs) Act all schools are responsible for providing a suitable learning place for every child.
If the support required turns out to be too specialised or intensive, the child might be referred to a dedicated special needs school. There are different types of special needs education based on the type of special needs. At these schools the class sizes are smaller than at regular schools, and the children receive more tailor-made and specialised support and therapies focused on their specific needs. The teachers teach at different levels in the class, and most children follow the regular curriculum.