Special needs school in Johannesburg

[vc_row][vc_column][stm_title title=”Special needs school in Johannesburg”][/stm_title][vc_column_text]Are you searching for a good private special needs school? Life in the city is fast-paced and demanding for any family. The challenges facing children who learn differently, and their parents, can be overwhelming. Learning can be difficult and confusing. There is also no one-size-fits-all teaching technique. Different children need different tools to rise to the challenges.

Where can a family in this situation turn to for help? Parents who have enrolled their children with us agree: there is a private special needs school that will meet your requirements. Welcome to Japari School.

At Japari, we realise each child is unique. Your child will enter into a partnership with our educators. In this partnership, we commit ourselves to finding and developing those specific techniques and routines which will benefit your unique child.

Our holistic approach has a strong focus on building confidence in our learners. We want your child to experience a safe, uplifting school environment. Japari is a private special needs school, but more than this, it is a compassionate community which encourages learning and progress in all areas. Whether your child is studious, artistic, or sporty, we will encourage, develop and celebrate their skills.

At Japari we celebrate not only achievement but also progress.  We understand that learning is at times difficult and confusing.  Our aim is to provide each pupil with a tailored education, within a caring environment, to maximise their abilities and achieve personal goals.  We have ambition on behalf of every child and want them to have the confidence to be ambitious for themselves.

Our educators have the training and experience to deal with the challenges that face special needs students. These challenges may include a variety of weaknesses, disabilities and complex behavioural issues. Our staff is highly trained, collaborating across disciplines from physiotherapy to psychology, and many more. This ensures that Japari remains a private special needs school which adheres to the highest standards of quality education.

special needs educationWe have a goal for each child that enters Japari, and that is for them to reach their full potential. For many, this will mean that they can re-enter the mainstream educational system once they are ready. As we build up their confidence, academics, and social skills, they can prepare for a bright future.

With a history dating back to 1966, Japari will ensure your child is established on the pathway to success. Japari is a private special needs school at the forefront of educational techniques for those who learn differently.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

35 thoughts on “Special needs school in Johannesburg”

  1. Good day

    Kindly advise about your school my child is mild autism, he is at johannesburg school currently but want to move him to other school because is improving he can write, read etc

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    • Thank you for contacting Japari School.

      Please follow the link and submit the enquiry form. We will get back to you after receiving the subbmited form.

      Otherwise, feel free to contact us.

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  2. I have a son whom has been struggling in mainstream school, would like more information as to how I can be assisted and from which age

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  3. Hi my child is currently at futura school in ridgeway I was thinking of moving her …can u send me all the details to my email address thank u

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  4. I have a 10 year old son with epilepsy and he struggling to learn in a normal should he can read and write.I would like to know if your schools except children with epilepsy if yes how to enroll him for next year 2019?

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  5. Good day, I have a 13-yr-old son with autism needing placement. Can we please have an appointment with the school? How much are the fees per month?

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  6. Good day ,i need assistance my child is not coping at the current mainstream school so i would like to know about the admission requirements and fees please.

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  7. My son is 4years old and was diagnosed with wiskott Aldridge syndrome and he catches infections easily and has low platelets, he also had bleeds in the brain so he bruises easily. my worry is taking him to an ordinary school where he wont get the attention he needs and a controlled environment. please advise.

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  8. Hi my child is currently at Pro-Practicum school in Krugersdorp I was thinking of moving him …can u send me all the details to my email address thank u

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