EduExcellence Skills

Intermediate Centre
± Ages 12 -15

Intermediate Centre (± Ages 12 -15)

Level 5 – 9

11 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

EduSkills Intermediate Centre caters for learners struggling to cope with formal mainstream academic programmes, learners who has repeated twice in a formal academic phase or perhaps never entered a formal academic school due to difficulties. The gap between these learners and their peers are becoming more pronounced and as such their needs are shifting towards work experience.

We run this programme over 5 possible levels (Level 5 – 9). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

11 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Speech and Language Delays
Fine & Gross Motor Motor Delays
Pronounced Developmental Delays
Intellectual Challenges

Learners in the Intermediate Centre are typically between the ages of 11 and 15 / (17) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and is happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 17 in this Centre.

This Centre gladly accommodates learners who show an interest and eagerness in developing practical work experience.

We are inclusive of learners presenting with aspects of a global developmental delay and learners on the high functioning end of the spectrum.

Intermediate Programme

TheraEd
Practical Topics in Accordance with ASDAN Key Steps Programme
Social Skills
Functional English
Functional Mathematics
Skills Development

This programme focuses on the natural progression of the functional skills addressed in the Junior Programme within our Integrated Topic Based Curriculum to facilitate the ASDAN Key Steps Programme.

The focus is on self sufficient independence and preliminary exposure to practical work experience, linked with their personal interest and aptitude.

We continue with our individual neuro-developmental programme presented on a daily basis.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 20%
Academic: 30%
Skills Development: 50%

As learners progress through the different levels, the programme load shifts slightly from 40% to 20% therapy to allow for more focused time on functional academic work (30%) and work experience (50%) in preparation for life outside our Centre.

Therapy components will be designed around the Individual Development Map (iMAP) created for each learner, as well as generic therapeutic programmes which is implemented throughout all the Centres in EduSkills.

Level 5 – 9

11 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

EduSkills Intermediate Centre caters for learners struggling to cope with formal mainstream academic programmes, learners who has repeated twice in a formal academic phase or perhaps never entered a formal academic school due to difficulties. The gap between these learners and their peers are becoming more pronounced and as such their needs are shifting towards work experience.

We run this programme over 5 possible levels (Level 5 – 9). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

11 – 15 Years of Age (±2)

Speech and Language Delays
Fine & Gross Motor Motor Delays
Pronounced Developmental Delays
Intellectual Challenges

Learners in the Intermediate Centre are typically between the ages of 11 and 15 / (17) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and is happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 17 in this Centre.

This Centre gladly accommodates learners who show an interest and eagerness in developing practical work experience.

We are inclusive of learners presenting with aspects of a global developmental delay and learners on the high functioning end of the spectrum.

Intermediate Programme

TheraEd
Practical Topics in Accordance with ASDAN Key Steps Programme
Social Skills
Functional English
Functional Mathematics
Skills Development

This programme focuses on the natural progression of the functional skills addressed in the Junior Programme within our Integrated Topic Based Curriculum to facilitate the ASDAN Key Steps Programme.

The focus is on self sufficient independence and preliminary exposure to practical work experience, linked with their personal interest and aptitude.

We continue with our individual neuro-developmental programme presented on a daily basis.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 20%
Academic: 30%
Skills Development: 50%

As learners progress through the different levels, the programme load shifts slightly from 40% to 20% therapy to allow for more focused time on functional academic work (30%) and work experience (50%) in preparation for life outside our Centre.

Therapy components will be designed around the Individual Development Map (iMAP) created for each learner, as well as generic therapeutic programmes which is implemented throughout all the Centres in EduSkills.

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