Learning difficulties program


This is a situation that results in a continuous decline in the academic achievement of a pupil compared to his or her classmates, not because of visual, kinesthetic, or auditory impairment, mental retardation, psychological instability, or family and social conditions. 

The decline in one or more different learning skills such as basic reading, writing, mathematical skills, or intellectual processes (memory, highlight, and focus), speech ability, listening, cognition, and thinking. 

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Number Of class



12 per month



12 per month



12 per month



24 per month



36 per month


3 subject

Types of learning struggles

Learning difficulties have several types of:

Developmental learning difficulties

These are related to the cognitive and mental processes and to the brain functions a child needs in his or her academic achievement, and these difficulties may be caused by functional disorders of the central nervous system, which also affect pre-academic processes such as memory, thinking, language, attention, and awareness. It is based on the academic attainment of the child and is the most important foundation for cognitive and mental activity.

Limited learning difficulties

Difficulties in academic cognitive performance, these are largely associated with developmental learning difficulties, and manifestations of academic learning difficulties are:

  • Difficulty computation: This difficulty affects an individual's ability to acquire computational skills, students with this difficulty have a lack of auditory or visual perception of numbers, difficulties in understanding the relationship between numbers, and difficulty in performing calculations.
  • Movement difficulties: These difficulties include sensational disorder such as equilibrium, and compatibility between sight and hand performance, i.e. student inability to control and coordinate simple movements.
  • Hard to read: Students with this difficulty show low literacy skills, and these difficulties often drive students away from reading, writing, and trying to learn material from a heart, in order to hide problems with reading difficulties. One aspect of reading difficulties is: Difficulties in understanding readers, difficulty of spelling, and lack of accuracy in reading.
  • Attention and focus Disorders: Disturbances show attention and focus through distraction and its great sensitivity to external influences.
Address learning difficulties
  • Parents understand the problem and collaborate with all teachers who specialize in building a treatment program for these children away from psychological stress.
  • Plan a special education program for each child based on the type of difficulty they experience.
  • Use learning strategies that are appropriate to student capacities
  • Early intervention and diagnosis by specialist doctors.
Student timetable


  1.    Arabic language
  2.    Math
  3.    English language
  4.    fun (1 hour per week)
Student timetable