Back 2 Basics Education Support Centre Private -(Micro-School)
CELEBRATING TEN YEARS OF EDUCATING STUDENTS WITH LEARNING CHALLENGES !
SET YOUR CHILD UP FOR LEARNING SUCCESS – TODAY!
Is your child finding reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, memorising, maths or ‘school’ in general challenging? Has your child been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, Asperger’s or any other label?
It can be tough to face the possibility that your child is challenged with learning. No parent wants to see their children suffer. You may wonder what it could mean for your child’s future, or worry about how your child will make it through school. Perhaps you’re concerned that by calling attention to your child’s learning problems he or she might be labelled “slow” or assigned to a less challenging class.
The important thing to remember is that most children with learning challenges are just as smart as everyone else. They just need to be taught in ways that are tailored to their unique learning styles. By learning more about learning disabilities in general, and your child’s learning challenges in particular, you can help pave the way for success at school and beyond.
Great teachers teach children HOW to think
Not WHAT to think.
At Back 2 Basics Education Support Centre we recognize the qualities that lie within your child’s active mind. We assist the child to build on their strengths whilst providing them the necessary tools to assist them with those tasks which are more challenging.
Back 2 Basics Education Support Centre follows the CAPS curriculum, however our approach and way of teaching is totally different. We ensure that each child receives personal attention and have noticed over the past years how students excel beyond their expectations. Our student – teacher ratio is 1:8.
This ensures that each child feels special and is given personalized attention. No child is left behind to slip through the cracks of the education system.
“There are no lazy, withdrawn, aggressive or angry children; only children who are denied the ability to learn in a way that is natural to them.” Dr. Paul E. Dennison