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Testimonial: Sherri Sullivan
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Sherri Sullivan

They say one must walk in another’s shoes to understand what they are going through.  Well, I have done that from the day that my little boy (now 4.5yrs) was diagnosed with Autism.  My husband and I had him in a normal creche for over two years.  However, as there was still no progress on...

Testimonial: Gerda Marais
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Gerda Marais

I want to share what Amazing K has done for us over the last 9 months and what they mean to us and our 4 year old boy, Jacques.  Our difficult journey started in April 2015 when our eldest had to go to nursery school after our second one was born and when I needed...

Testimonial: Busi Maseko
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Busi Maseko

Busi Maseko on our Facebook page ….. Oh gosh. I lose my words when I need to say anything about Ilse and Noel and Maddi, and the teachers. You are guys are walking, breathing angels, there are no words or gestures that will ever thank you enough for what you are to all of us....

Testimonial: Celeste Van Zyl
03/16/201706/04/2019
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Testimonial: Celeste Van Zyl

Dear Randburg Sun We enrolled Deanna into Amazing K Jan 2016 and not one day have we ever doubted our decision as to whether we made the right choice in picking the school. Before Deanna joining Amazing K we had her in a creche were she was with 28 other children She hated every moment...

Arts and Crafting
10/15/201602/25/2019
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Arts and Crafting

Art & Craft lessons form part of our daily curriculum. Although some may regard art as a luxury education, simple creative activities are some of the building blocks of child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics are just as important as core academic subjects. Not just is art a great way for the children to...

11/19/201511/19/2015
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Lion Cub Visits

Animal’s play a huge role in our Curriculum and we try to arrange termly animal-interactive sessions for our learners.  To find out more on our Curriculum please visit the Curriculum section of this site.

11/02/201511/02/2015
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Therapy Dogs and autism

Today the people from Paws for People came to visit our school – Therapy Dogs and Autism:  A BIT ABOUT PAWS FOR PEOPLE: It is a South African based non-profit organisation that currently offers Animal Assisted Therapy and Animal Assisted Activity programs in Gauteng, Free State, Natal and our sister unit in Cape Town,” Paw Pals.”...

11/01/201511/01/2015
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Helping a child with Autism recall information

Helping a child with autism recall information can be aided by practice and also by using the “pegging” technique.  Children often have an understanding of a concept or subject but in little to no time they seem to have forgotten the concept.  Revision using visual cues and mental “pegs” can help the child recall information...