Auditory Processing Disorder – What It Is and How Remedial Schooling Can Help

Auditory Processing Disorder

Does your child have Auditory Processing Disorder? We can help. Since 1966, Japari’s passion has been to help students that have remedial needs. We are also eager to broaden awareness of barriers to learning. We want to dispel incorrect information about various conditions which can affect how a child learns. For these students their intelligence … Read more

Learning through Play: Activities for Your Child During School Breaks

learning through play

Finding ways to keep your child engaged and entertained during school breaks can be challenging for a parent. While relaxation and downtime are essential, keeping your child’s brain active and encouraging learning through play is crucial.  Having a week or three of uninterrupted time with your children will give you an excellent opportunity to observe … Read more

Grade 6 Milestones: English Home Language – Language Structures and Conventions

This month, we conclude our series on Grade 6 English Home Language milestones. These articles are a survey of the scope of the CAPS curriculum. We have covered the listening and speaking milestones, we have considered reading and viewing, and we have looked at the writing and presenting components. All of these topics are included in the Grade 6 year … Read more

Exploring the Safety of TikTok for Kids: What Parents Need to Know


As the popularity of TikTok continues to soar, parents are becoming increasingly concerned about the safety of the platform for their children. With over 3 billion downloads, the app has become a hot favorite among tweens and teens, but there are valid concerns about inappropriate content and user data security. In this article, we explore … Read more

Excellent English Home Language Milestones: Writing and Presenting – for a Superb Grade 6!

Writing and Presenting – for a Superb Grade 6!

This month we continue to consider the English Home Language milestones and teaching objectives for Grade 6. We have already looked at listening and speaking – the oral component of the subject. Next, we looked at reading and viewing, which covered the visual aspect of becoming proficient with the language. This month we will consider … Read more

Bridging the Gap: How Remedial Education is Empowering Struggling Children in Mathematics in South Africa

mathematics in South Africa

Mathematics in South Africa is certainly more relevant than ever before. Maths is the foundation of success in many professions, yet for many students, it remains an insurmountable challenge. In South Africa, this issue is particularly acute, with many children struggling to keep up with their peers. Fortunately, with the introduction of remedial education, the … Read more

Dysgraphia – What it is and how to navigate it

What is dysgraphia? There are many diverse learning challenges that the remedial learner could face. Some of these have been well documented and may be familiar terms for the general public. Dyslexia is one of the most well-known conditions that requires remedial learning. ADHD also has a negative impact on learning. Despite this, ADHD is not recognised as an … Read more