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RIEBIE LAND 23 Aug. 2019 14 °C
Wind: 1.23 mph
Humidity: 84% Pressure: 1024.71 hPa
Sat 27 °C 18 °C
Sun 29 °C 20 °C
Mon 28 °C 19 °C
Tue 24 °C 20 °C
Wed 16 °C 16 °C

Additional

Services

For the Child

Services that Help

We as a Riebie family focus on the development of our learners’ abilities and their humanity in its entirely. We try to make sure that each learner reaches their full potential and develop into an individual with a positive self-image, self-responsibility and self-discipline.

To ensure these above we as Riebies offer the following services to our parents and learners:

Intervention classes in the afternoon

Speech Therapist

Educational Therapist

Concessions

Stimulus Maksima Reading

Math Muncher Program

Speech-language and auditory processing therapy.

 

The service of a speech-language therapist is available at the school and learners with the following disabilities / problems are targeted:

 

Language disabilities:

Delayed language may cause a learning disability. Causes for concern are poor sentence formulation, - vocabulary, - receptive and expressive language abilities. Adequate language is necessary to learn, think and express!

 

Auditory processing skills:

It comprises of processing and interpreting of auditory information. Deficiencies in this area may lead to poor listening skills in the class as well as spelling and reading inadequacies. Auditory processing is the foundation for all speech-and language abilities.

 

Articulation problems:

Faulty pronunciation of sounds is targeted. At the age of 4-5 years, articulation of all the different sounds should be mastered!

 

Speech fluency:

Any un-fluencies should be taken care of by the speech therapist.

 

Voice deviations:

Voice problems present in the form of hoarseness, faulty pitch-or loudness.

 

Concentration and Auditory attention:

Children are stimulated with- and occupied by visual games and gadgets. It is therefore important to intervene therapeutically.

 

Therapy is offered at the school during school hours.

Medical aid tariffs / claim directly from medical aid

 

Contact Deatils:

8 Jackal Island Close

Serengeti Golf Estate

Kempton Park

1642

 

Phone:

083 660 4913

 

email:

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We work on the following problem areas :

 

  • Postural control
  • Gross motor (Big muscles e.g. balancing, skipping)
  • Fine motor coordination (Pencil grip, cutting, colouring, writing)
  • Sensory integration (integrating the senses to make sense of the world)
  • Visual perception
  • Concentration

 

We make use of activities to address the above mentioned problem areas.

 

Contact Details:

Kweperstraat 11

Kempton Park

Gauteng

1619

 

Call:

083 631 9947

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The role of an Educational Psychologist is to render assistance to children and their parents, in order to overcome a variety of problems and challenges.

 

Assistance with the following problems are offered:

  • Learning difficulties
  • Concentration difficulties (ADHD/ADD)
  • Behavioural difficulties
  • School readiness
  • Subject choices
  • Emotional problems, such as anxiety, depression, trauma counselling, divorce care, death in a family.

 

The process usually is as follows:

  • Parents / Guardians are seen in order to gather background information.
  • The child is seen for either a therapy session or a psycho-educational assessment – depending on the need.
  • Feedback to the parents/guardians.
  • Written reports are done on request.

 

The practice is contracted in with the most medical aids, and medical aid tariffs are charged.

 

 

Contact Details:

112 Monumentweg

Nimrod Park

Kempton Park

 

Phone:

011 975 3860


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We are proud to offer the Stimulus Maksima program to our learners to help them acquire the necessary skills and strengthen them to achieve the best academic achievement.

 

Stimulus Maksima offers the following:

Stimulus Maksima is aimed at empowering anyone from the age of four years up to adults to develop and improve their reading and mathematical skills.

 

We cover reading development needs through every school year, as well as advanced reading skills improvement for tertiary students and adults.

 

Our maths skills improvement product covers the full Grade 1 to Grade 12 curriculum.

 

We offer the following products:

  • Reading and maths preparation
  • Learn to read - reading improvement
  • Mathematical improvement

Van Riebeeckpark Primary School offers extra intervention classes, after school in the afternoon, to all learners who exhibits dysfunctions (fall-outs) and problem areas. Learners who are borderline cases, or learners who failed, will receive letters to attend these classes. We offer Home Language, Additional Language, as well as Maths and Reading.

 

Extra Math classes, where learners use the Stimulus Maksima Maths Muncher program, are offered after school in the computer centre.

 

Extra reading classes, for Foundation Phase learners (Gr 1 - Gr 3), are offered in the computer centre in the afternoon. The program utilized for this purpose is Stimulus Maksima’s Reading Rocket.

 

We are in the privileged position to have a support and remedial teacher on staff, during school hours, for our Gr 1 - Gr 3 learners. Learners identified with dysfunctions (fall-outs) and problem areas, are referred to this teacher for individual support and attention. This way we ensure that work that has already been dealt with, is revised and exercised. We believe that this is definitely a win-win situation.

 

Regular attendance by the relevant learners, and off course parents’ support, may just be the boost required to put the child on the road to success. When children experience success, it builds their self-image and self-confidence.

 

Tear-off slips are handed to the relevant learners and the slips should be signed by the parents and returned to the school immediately.