Our curriculum is most often described as “active learning” – which could be as simple as tossing water balloons to learn about physics concepts to rhyming sounds drawn in chalk on the playground to learn about phonics.
Specific strategies include the Orton-Gillingham method for teaching reading; small group instruction; speech and language therapy; and occupational therapy.
The Radcliffe Way
The Radcliffe Way is a set of principles that help us guide each and every student that walks through our doors. Through a growth-focused mindset, care and connection, we craft a personalized experience with multi-sensory instruction that appeals to your child's specific strengths and interests. Finally, with genuine feedback regarding how your child has bloomed and struggled, we develop an individualized plan on how to help your child overcome their aforementioned problem-areas.
The Big Transition
One of the amazing aspects of Radcliffe Creek is the relationship-building between our teachers and our students. We truly become invested in their well-being, success and future. So, when it comes to making the big transition to a new school, we try to help them every step of the way. There are a lot of moving pieces when moving to a new school. We try to help our students just as much as we try to help our parents. Click the button below to learn more!