Edinburgh School provides extra help for students who are struggling academically. In most cases, this help can be in the form of private tutoring or online tutoring and homework help.
Sometimes a student has specific learning challenges that require the help of our resource support team of teachers, special education technicians and professional staff. Together they can help diagnose the problem areas and create an individualized education plan for the student in need.
All students and families have access to LEARN (Leading English Education and Resource Network) a free service which provides e-learning resources and academic support, online tutoring with real teachers and homework help for all grade levels.
A username and password is provided at the beginning of the year by the school to each student.Visit the LEARN Website
The Edinburgh PSA provides a low-cost after-school tutoring program for students. The goal of the program is to reinforce the concepts taught during the regular school classes (eg. math, spelling and reading), reinforce good study skills and develop good organizational skills. Staff/child ratio will be maintained at 1 to 4. All tutors are familiar with the school curriculum and will be in regular contact with your child’s teachers. For more information, visit the Edinburgh PSA website below:Edinburgh PSA Website
Support is provided by our resource teachers in both French and English to students who are experiencing learning difficulties in a particular area or who are considered to be at-risk learners.
Resource may take place within the classroom setting and/or through pull-out model. Students benefiting from resource support have an I.E.P. (individualized education plan) prepared for them, in order for students to reach their fullest potential at their own pace.What is an Individualized Education Plan?