Teachers at Immanuel College Preparatory School know that in order to facilitate the learning of their pupils to the highest level the teaching needs to be exciting, stimulating and accessible to all styles of learners, whether visual, auditory or kinaesthetic. In all the classes there is a teacher and a teaching assistant who are able to differentiate the provision for the children, extending and supporting them as they need. The Independent Schools Inspectorate found that throughout the school, including Reception, "teaching is well planned and characterised by high expectations, effective time management, the use of a wide variety of resources and tasks, including group and paired work" (November 2013).
The Preparatory School is developing its own Teaching and Learning Department to help pupils with specific learning needs to understand and master aspects of the curriculum they find challenging as well as identifying gifted and talented pupils in order to devise programmes which ensure that the breadth of enrichment opportunities offered meets their diverse requirements and that these pupils are given every opportunity to fulfil their potential.
Immanuel College is committed to making the appropriate provision to meet the requirements of any pupil with a Statement of Special Educational Need and to support any pupil who has English as an additional language. The College reserves the right to make an additional charge for such provision.