Do students have a timetable?
Yes. There are two parts to this answer: (1) Students’ timetables have structured blocks of time that are set aside for explicit teaching and instruction. Working with Mentor teachers, some students may find it helpful to have shorter blocks of time, whereas others may find the ‘deep dive’ useful on occasion. Timetables are part of the students’ Individual study plan - regularly reviewed and updated in collaboration with mentor teachers. (2) While we are used to school timetables having rigid ‘periods’ where students attend specific classes, at TSS students have a more flexible timetable which can accommodate fewer but larger blocks of time: this helps students to achieve ‘flow’ in their work, and is part of the nature of a truly integrated program.