Institut Monte Rosa – International School

Individualized Education Program (IEP)

Tailor-made Education leading to Success.

Young students with special educational needs often require the right balance between education, support and stability that will allow them to develop socially and make rapid academic progress. At Monte Rosa, students benefit from a residential boarding placement in a safe environment surrounded by a professional team and fully integrated into the school life.

Learning challenges, individual needs, physical and emotional limitations, are factors that can affect a student’s educational experiences and outcomes. At Monte Rosa, we offer individual education programs that provide children with extra attention and the ‘space to breathe’ that facilitates personal growth and help them achieve their goals.

Our dedicated academic team will spend time to find out what are your child’s interests and areas of development, so that their interests are integrated into their learning experience to build up their individual education plans according to their needs. We address the following range of needs and their aspects:

  • Social relationship difficulties
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Social and/or Emotional needs
  • Milder forms of Attachment Disorder
  • Emotional difficulties linked to past or current experiences
  • Mild and moderate learning difficulties
  • Conduct Disorder
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Attachment Difficulties
  • Autism (ASD) with particular emphasis on high functioning autism and Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Underachievement due to diagnosed condition or previous difficulties accessing the curriculum
  • Anxiety disorders

  • Does your child feel like they are a square peg in a round hole at school?
  • Does your child have strength in one or more areas; a good vocabulary, a good grasp of words and reading, good problem-solving skills? Yet at the same time has difficulties like poor handwriting or spelling, the inability to do tasks which look simple to most people, poor work when they are under pressure?
  • Do they find it difficult to finish work which has lots of steps or to pay attention?
  • Do small setbacks make them want to give up and do they often feel a failure at school, making them sensitive to criticism, with low self-esteem and a high degree of frustration with themselves?
  • Do they have poor social skills or feelings of being different from others?
  • Does their condition affect their behaviour in class or at home?
  • Can they be disruptive; or are they the class ‘clown’?
  • Do they seem unmotivated to stick to the task; disorganised, impulsive?
  • Are they quiet or withdrawn, unable to explain to you what is happening to them?


If you recognize some of the above signs, we would be happy to discuss with you and support your research to find the most adapted program and solutions for your child.

We believe that children, regardless of the level of their possibilities, can learn and achieve personal growth in an environment tailored to their needs. Small group and individualized instruction through diverse curricula and presentation methods help to meet individual learning styles and course work needs. Skills development in studying, critical thinking, organization, creative problem solving, cooperative learning, and positive self-advocacy, plus character education and a customized approach to education are integrated throughout instruction to help form more independent and motivated learners.


Our trained and committed faculty promote an individualized approach to studies that involves the intellectual, personal and social growth compatible to each young person’s talents and capabilities. Supportive resources are available to assist students in achieving self-reliance in their academic effort and mastering of their educational goals.

Monte Rosa prioritizes individualized learning and personalized attention. This approach creates security for a student that allows talents and strengths to be uncovered and come to the forefront. Understanding strengths unlocks a child’s maximum potential.

Miss Torrie, Head of Studies  

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