FELICITAS  SCHOOL

School for Intellectually and Physically Disabled Learners


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English as home Language/ First Additional Language

Afrikaans as Home Language/ First Additional Language

TUITION LANGUAGE

VISION

The vision of Felicitas School is to create a secure and happy teaching and learning environment through effective and specialised education, within which each learner can develop to his/her full potential.

MISSION

Felicitas School provides education and training to mentally and physically handicapped learners. Felicitas School and its staff are bound to provide good quality, specialised education to the learners.

 

We strive to make each learner as capable as possible so as to live a meaning-ful and worthy life as an adult, within the community.

 

Felicitas School aims to limit as far as possible, any barriers to the learning process by introducing transport and hostel facilities. The school aims to provide more effective teaching through supplementary funding and proper management of existing funds.

 

Felicitas School exerts itself by providing continuing education to staff,to maintain and promote a healthy culture of teaching and learning.

Intermediate Phase 11 to 15 years

Senior Phase 16 to 18 years

Cerebral Palsy Phase (Learners with  mobility impairments) 4 to 18 years

Foundation Phase 4 to 10 years

Autism Phase 5 to 18 years

PHASES

The learners are divided into Phases according to their age.  

SPORT AND CULTURE

The learners have the opportunity to participate in many varied activities

• Swimming

• Soccer

• Netball

• Softball

• Athletics

• Cross- country



• The Alberton Eistedfodd: Choir- Solo singing- Choral verse- Dramatized poetry - Dance

• Revue (every second year)

The Learner in our School

CURRICULUM

Our curriculum is in line with the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS), but is adapted to meet each learner on his/her own level.

Our curriculum is in line with the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS), but is adapted to meet each learner on his/her own level.


The curriculum is based on the development of life skills and focuses on activities of daily life.


Felicitas School creates a favourable climate in which learners can receive maximum stimulation. Each learner is given the opportunity to develop at his/her own pace.


The curriculum includes the three Learning Programmes and the eight learning areas of the National Curriculum Statement.

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