We strive to integrate care and education into our approach. The SEAL Academy Life Skills Programme is a support programme that is customised for an improved quality of life.
Imagine a safe space where students can strengthen their bodies and achieve an increase in concentration and flexibility. A space where they will develop coordination, and reduce stress and anxiety. A space to develop awareness of emotions and of others.
To Inspire And Empower
Our aim is to develop and facilitate the necessary skills, attitudes, and values to enable each child to fulfill meaningful and effective roles in society. We aspire for each student to reach their full potential, according to their individual special abilities, inspiring them, and empowering them with self-confidence and feelings of self-worth.
We make us of an intentional curriculum that involves purposeful engagement and multi sensorial experiences. Our teachers nurture learning through fun and engaging activities that are personalised to learning styles and needs. We provide an atmosphere that fosters social, emotional and regulatory skills.
We use a variety of sensory play activities to help children learn about their bodies and the way their sensory systems work. Through these play experiences, children can learn about their own unique sensory preferences – what revs them up, what calms them down, what helps them focus, and what makes them feel overwhelmed.
The SEAL Academy uses a variety of sensory play activities to help kids learn about their bodies and the way their sensory systems work. Through these play experiences, kids can learn about their own unique sensory preferences – what revs them up, what calms them down, what helps them focus, and what makes them feel overwhelmed.
Our teaching methods include activities that involve cues and objects. Pairing pictures with spoken words. We make use of tablets, white boards to present information visually, as well as the usual posters, pocket charts, etc.
Included in Your Fees
Learning to swim is a fun experience, great exercise and a terrific esteem builder, no matter the age. Water, provides a sense of freedom and independence.
Activities, through structured exercise, sports or active play. Behaviours become routines that are likely to continue into adulthood.
For a child with special needs, art can represent much more than just some fun learning but aids in the development of the critical motor skills.
Our curriculum includes guided development for skills that are required for daily living. They include self care, baking, and personal well-being.
We all know how it feels to be overwhelmed. Special needs children have the same challenges that we all do — stress, fatigue, anxiety.
Most of our children find it difficult to express themselves, but can do so most eloquently through creative imagination and expression.