We cannot measure all creatures on same standards. The fish cannot climb trees and the monkey cannot swim under water.
“I cannot teach anybody anything. I can only make them think.”
― Socrates

Buoyancy Education’s, Special Education Needs Program is a dedicated program and prides itself as an inclusive school. We long for nurturing diverse needs of students by ensuring that each student gets equitable access to the learning curriculum.

We have a customized room where children with special educational needs will get an incredible ambience with specialized personal attention and inclusive sessions supplemented with one on one tutoring and expert consultations. Trained SEN teachers are available to help them during the routine classes, apart from their regular classes. The multiple intelligences of the students grow with multiple learning approaches. This can only be accomplished by applying diverse learning styles, restoring and building their self-esteem and working on their strengths and potentials to make them confident and self-reliant.

Specially created worksheets, flashcards, educational games, graded readers and teaching aids, suited to various learning difficulties, are used to promote academic development. Students with special needs are supported primarily through remediation, accommodation and with certain exemptions especially during examinations, depending on the severity of the learning difficulty.

This program is for all the students of IB/IGCSE/CBSE schools in Delhi NCR. The SEN team is dedicated to bringing out the best in each child. We do believe that “All children have their own unique areas of strength, temperament and potential to learn”.



This specialized branch of education has evolved, after many years of research, and has come a long way to offer services to students with varying degrees and types of disabilities. SEN programme deals with those students who have physical, cognitive, language, learning, sensory, and/or emotional abilities that are distinct from the mainstream but with immense scope for societal inclusivity. Such disabilities include mental retardation, emotional disturbance, learning disabilities, communication or speech based disabilities, deafness or hearing impairments, blindness or low vision, autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, traumatic brain injury, other forms of health impairments and severe/ multiple disabilities.

Currently there have been amendments for more effective education policy in the country. The governing body in India is National Institute for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities (Divyangjan) . The regulatory and monitoring is done by REHABILITATION COUNCIL OF INDIA. 


The different learning disabilities have their own specific features and patterns which need a differential approach and strategies coherent to that particular learning disability and suitable for teaching different disciplines and subjects.

The objective is to develop the teaching modules for effectively complementing the special learning
disabilities. From
1. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)
2. Dyscalculia
3. Dysgraphia
4. Dyslexia
5. Language Processing Disorder
6. Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities
7. Visual Perceptual/Visual Motor Deficit
8. ADHD (Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder)
9. Dyspraxia
10. Executive Functioning
11. Memory
And many more


Special education is constantly evolving. Certified and trained SEN teachers and special educators are in demand. The countries in demand of SEN teachers are: Thailand, India, Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia. We are also associating with entrepreneurs who could collaborate with us in order to expand in new horizons. The SEN educators are trained and certified in special education. In the year 2001, special education started to spread in the United States and made a difference to diverse array of students. Children with disabilities and special needs have been present in the past, in every era and society. The recent researches have provided a multidimensional narrative with a holistic didactical approach.

“Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.”