Remedial Classes for Secondary Students

YUVA’s remedial classes help to detect the interests of the students. It makes up the gaps of a formal class by providing extra care to the weak students. The remedial classes are run to back up the weak students and provide extra care to the students with special abilities in different fields.

We believe that every child possesses a unique capability. But in a formal classroom, a student doesn’t get the scope to learn as per their choice and needs. Students are bound to follow an organised curriculum despite having disinterest in many subjects. So they fail to understand the subjects which do not interest them. Often they don’t take part in the interactive session. Sometimes they are humiliated in the formal classroom for their disinterest.

What is Remedial Education?

Remedial Education is an instructional programme designed for reading, writing, and math deficiencies students. The programme provides individualised basic skills that assist students in achieving expected competencies in core academic skills.

Who needs remedial education?
  • Children who have difficulty with reading, spelling and writing.
  • Children diagnosed with Specific Learning Disability.
  • Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder who are struggling with their studies.
How does remedial education help? 

Remedial education addresses the multiple areas responsible for ensuring a positive, meaningful and long-lasting learning experience. For a child with writing difficulties, work on eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills are required to build the strength and agility necessary to hold a pencil appropriately and write between the lines.

Children are helped with pre-writing skills and writing using various approaches which appeal to all learning styles (visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic). It alleviates boredom, enhances attention and makes learning fun.

“Every child has a different learning style and pace. Each child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding.”