Started in 1979, AWWA School provides special education to children with multiple disabilities and children with autism, aged 7 to 18, to maximise the potential for independence and improve quality of life of students with special needs.
Other than a structured academic and non-academic curriculum and CCA programme, the school constantly explores collaboration opportunities with stakeholders to expose our students to different platforms in the community that they could participate in and have richer learning experiences. This enables students to develop, as well as generalise and adapt the skills they have learnt.
Leo Lai Yongle, 9
Leo is very interested and talented in art making. He likes to experiment with all kinds of materials, colours and tools.
Lavinya Emily Krishnan, 18
Lavinya lives the best life she can every day. She enjoys drawing, art making, good food and fun activities. These are things that help her maintain a healthy relationship with herself and hence, transmit the good energy to the people around her.
Nawal Atteya Bte Mohammed Aisal, 8
Nawal is talented in drawing people but she at times will try to experiment with other art materials or colours.
Nurul Fatiha Binte Irwan, 13
Fathiha likes to experiment with colours and play with textures. She enjoys art lessons as she is able to make her own decision in her artworks.
Shazuan S/O Mohammed Saleem, 16.
Shazuan is a hard working teenager with many ideas. He uses markers for his artworks as they are easier to manipulate and have a cleaner effect.