EduExcellence Skills

Junior Centre
± Ages 7 - 11

Junior Centre (± Ages 7-11)

Level 1 – 4

7 – 10 Years of Age (±2)

EduSkills Junior 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.

We run the Junior Programme in our EduSkills Junior Centre, spanning over 4 possible levels (Level 1 – 4). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

7 – 10 Years of Age (±2)

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

Learners in the Junior Centre are typically between the ages of 7 and 10 / (12) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and are happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 12 in this Centre.

In this Centre, our learners are ready to explore reading and numeracy at a functional level, at their own pace and ability.

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

Junior Programme

TheraEd
Functional Language
Functional Numeracy
Sensorial Programme
Perceptual Programme
Life & Social Skills
Neuro-Development

ASDAN:

Stepping Stones
New Horizons

This programme helps learners to ease into the ASDAN Stepping Stones programme (supplemented with New Horizons) in preparation for future ASDAN courses.

We facilitate social integration and learners are assisted with emotional expression. PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) is used to assist learners with managing their own time, sequence and routine.

Functional reading, writing and numeracy are presented within our Integrated Topic Based Curriculum.

Daily activities assist with age-appropriate sensory stimulation, the individualised neuro-­developmental program & primitive reflex integration.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 40%

Academic: 40%

Life Skills: 20%

As learners progress through the different levels, the programme load shifts slightly, from 60% to 40% therapy to allow for more focused time on the foundational academic work (40%) and life and vocational skills (20%).

Therapy components are designed around the Individual Development Map (iMAP) created for each learner, as well as generic therapeutic programmes used throughout all the Centres in EduSkills.

Level 1 – 4

7 – 10 Years of Age (±2)

EduSkills Junior 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.

We run the Junior Programme in our EduSkills Junior Centre, spanning over 4 possible levels (Level 1 – 4). Progression through these levels are not based on age and/or specific annual turnovers but rather on personal pace and development.

7 – 10 Years of Age (±2)

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

Learners in the Junior Centre are typically between the ages of 7 and 10 / (12) years. Due to possible developmental delays, we allow for a 2 year developmental gap and are happy to accommodate learners up to the age of 12 in this Centre.

In this Centre, our learners are ready to explore reading and numeracy at a functional level, at their own pace and ability.

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

Junior Programme

TheraEd
Functional Language
Functional Numeracy
Sensorial Programme
Perceptual Programme
Life & Social Skills
Neuro-Development

ASDAN:

Stepping Stones
New Horizons

This programme helps learners to ease into the ASDAN Stepping Stones programme (supplemented with New Horizons) in preparation for future ASDAN courses.

We facilitate social integration and learners are assisted with emotional expression. PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) is used to assist learners with managing their own time, sequence and routine.

Functional reading, writing and numeracy are presented within our Integrated Topic Based Curriculum.

Daily activities assist with age-appropriate sensory stimulation, the individualised neuro-­developmental program & primitive reflex integration.

Programme Weight

Therapy: 40%

Academic: 40%

Life Skills: 20%

As learners progress through the different levels, the programme load shifts slightly, from 60% to 40% therapy to allow for more focused time on the foundational academic work (40%) and life and vocational skills (20%).

Therapy components are designed around the Individual Development Map (iMAP) created for each learner, as well as generic therapeutic programmes used throughout all the Centres in EduSkills.

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