One of the most important aspects of school is non-academic extracurricular activities.
There are so many skills that a child with special needs must work on, and many of those life and academic skills are addressed at home and at school. But our children need to also learn to play and interact with other children, and develop their own hobbies. Children with disabilities who participate in extracurricular activities build their social skills and confidence and above all – have fun!
We offer a wide range of extracurricular activities and these activities include:
• Physical Training
• Art and Craft
• Vestibular Movement
• Field visits