Tallinn Helen’s School

In 2002 an integration group was opened in preschool where the regular children learned together with children with milder sensory disabilities.

In years 2003-2008 regular students were admitted to upper secondary school. Besides other subjects they learned Estonian Sign Language, social work, media and Swedish.

In autumn 2005 groups and classes for the blind, including the blind with multiple disabilities and deaf-blind were formed in preschool and basic school.

The school was named after the famous deaf-blind woman Helen Keller. Composite classes have also received their names after their class teacher’s first names (e.g. Kadri’s, Kristiina’s, and Riina’s class).