Children are taught the current government curriculum, as manystudents return to mainstream schooling to write the National SeniorCertificate. The difference is in the way the curriculum is taught.
· Textbooks are used, not by the teacheralone, but by the students.
· Term planners are provided. Lessons arenever taught in isolation, so students can clearly see how much and what has tobe learned for each term, and the connection between subjects becomes evident.
· Term planners also assist students to maketime management decisions for themselves.
· Extra pictures and printouts in colourenhance lessons and make them more interesting.
· One-on-one teaching is done for new concepts.
· Summarising techniques are taught with thelesson information, so they are immediately relevant.
· Timetables are flexible, allowing forstudents to rearrange lessons if they wish.
· Deadlines are set for work to be completed,allowing students to manage their time efficiently.
· Extension is always available for fasterstudents or those who are gifted in a particular area.
· The curriculum is adjusted for those withlearning difficulties.