Programs and Services
There are so many things in this world to treasure and to be grateful for. One of these is Friendship. According to Jorge Luis Borges “There are people in our lives who make us happy for the simple chance of having crossed paths. Some of them walk that path beside us, watching the many moons pass, while others we barely see between one step and the next. All of them we call friends and there are many types of them.”
On November 28, 2018, the Modified Basic Education students had a break from school as they had their annual field trip. The first location was in Kidzania Manila wherein the kids enjoyed simulating different stations inspired by community helpers and occupations. Some of the kids enjoyed being a fireman wherein they rode a fire truck and put out a fire; some became doctors, pilots and theatre performers!
On October 24, 2018, ILLC celebrated United Nations Day with the theme, “UN Day 2018: A Myriad of Global Flavors.” Different countries were represented by each class which included Mexico, China, United Kingdom, Japan, USA, Belgium, Italy, Brazil, Canada, Spain, France, and South Korea. The students flaunted their costumes from different nations during the parade. What made the event even more remarkable were the wondrous booth decorations, which
Ms. Nina Almeda, our Program Director, had a productive school visit at the Musashino Higashi Gakuen School in Tokyo, Japan on November 7, 2018. She was warmly welcomed by Mr. Takamatsu and Mr. Suzuki, the school’s Assistant Director and General Manager, respectively. Established in 1964, the Higashi school is globally recognized as a pioneer and forerunner in inclusive education.
What can be a better way of relaxing and bonding with your family than watching a movie? Indeed, the same goes for the whole ILLC community during the movie block screening held on November 24, 2018 as they watched “Wreck it Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet” in SM Megamall. It was such a great opportunity for the teachers, staff members, students and their parents to spend some quality time together outside the four walls of the school.
On August 1, 2018, the students of the Independent Living Learning Centre participated in the Fire and Earthquake Preparedness Month Memorandum ordered by Department of Education. All the ILLC students, teachers and school personnel exhibited different safety precautions for survival. During the drill, students' personal awareness was manifested when they heard the alarm.