Special primary education (SBO) is a type of special education that is simular to regular primary education. But it does differ in several important aspects:

  • Classes are smaller than in regular primary education: with a maximum of 16 children.
  • Pupils in special primary education usually need more time and repetition to understand the curriculum.
  • Pupils work as much as possible to their own level and get addressed accordingly.
  • Special primary education offers more structure than in regular education.

An overview of all schools for special primary education can be found here.

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