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Subjects offered at school
The school believes in allowing students to participate in co-curricular activities to develop their interest and competency levels. They include Music & Drama, Scouts, Special Arts), and Track & Field.
We celebrate major events to bring about a quality of life for all the Children. The events include an Annual Sports and Family Fun Day, Annual Family Outing, Year-End Graduation, Outings and Activities, and other various celebrations.
The shelter provides prevention, education, treatment, and residential services to abandoned children aged 5 to 18 with mental impairments, Cerebral Palsy and related conditions; to advocate on their behalf, and to help them solve problems, grow, and be self-sufficient, responsible, contributing members of society.
We offer the following services:
24-hour awake staff | Open 7 days per week, 365 days per year | A safe place to stay | Hot meals | Clothing (if needed) | Access to school | The shelter is equipped to house up to 20 youth
An Innovative Centre that provides holistic development to children with multiple disabilities. A centre of excellence imparting knowledge and skills for children.
We strive to provide QUEST:
Q – Quality Work
U - Unlimited Love, Care and Respect
E - Educational Excellence in Learning and Teaching
S - Specialised Education and care
T - Total Commitment
'We share and care for Abilities within Disability'
Our team comprises of a Head of Programmes, Teachers, Teacher Aides, Carers and Wardens. The team also works closely with other related professionals such as Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapist, Psychologist, Counselor and Social Workers to maximise the potential and ability of every student.
The Association Pour les Handicapés De Malherbes is a non-governmental organization (NGO) which exists since 2006 it has been registered with the Registry of Association since August 2010 and accredited with the National CSR Committee. Its accreditation Number is N/1458.
The association runs a specialised education School which was established in 2007 and a Specialised Shelter for abandoned children in 2013.
Special Need (Sen) School
The school provides special education to children between the age of 5 to 25 with intellectual impairments, Cerebral Palsy and related conditions. Many of these children have multiple disabilities and are not able to benefit from mainstream education. Teacher-student ratios are kept low so that individual attention can be given to each child. The school curriculum is modified to suit the needs of the children. There is a two-prong educational rehabilitative model that provides both academic skills as well as skills for independent living.
Pre-vocational training is also provided for selected students aged 12 and above to prepare them for future sheltered or open employment.
Setting up of a Day Activity Centre,
Setting up of a Sheltered vocational Workshop.
Setting up of a (SEN) Special Education School
Setting up of a Specialised care shelter
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