To realise the full potential of children and young adults with special educational needs
“THE BEST I CAN BE”
A school that promotes the best educational opportunities for our learners
WHY UNITY COLLEGE?
A typical school experience for the atypical learner
DIFFERENTIATED CAPS CURRICULUM
Supported by a comprehensive life skills and work skills programme
SPECIAL OLYMPICS SA AFFILIATION
Our learners participate in sporting events that cater for their abilities
VOCATIONAL TRAINING & WORK EXPERIENCE PROGRAMMES
Preparing our learners to function as integrated, independent members of society
On-site therapy that is integrated into the classroom for maximum benefit
PARENTS ARE PART OF THE WINNING TEAM
Parental involvement plays an important role in learner success
OUR SCHOOL HAS OVER 31 YEARS OF SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION EXPERIENCE!
Our Mission statement is “To realise the full potential of children and young adults with special educational needs through the provision of high quality education in order to equip each learner with skills to become productive, independent members of society". Our Vision is “To grow Unity College into a dynamic facility, in an aesthetically pleasing environment as well as having classrooms which promote the best education and advantages for our pupils.”
IS YOUR CHILD FOR UNITY
Our School has the support of a Counselling Psychologist, Speech and Language therapists and an Occupational therapist. Fill in several questionnaires online, and conclude if your child is for Unity College.
A balanced learning programme is emphasised to encourage the academic and practical abilities of our learners. Learning areas covered are Literacy, Mathematics, Human Social Science, Art and Crafts, Design and Technology etc.
We aim to educate each individual within an environment of respect, honesty and compassion. We aim to create a safe environment, in which each child is academically extended and stimulated in all areas of learning.
Our Work Experience Programme is the placement of our Learners on an employer’s premises to carry out a range of tasks and duties, more or less as would an employee, but with the emphasis on exposure to world of work and the learning aspects of the experience.
Work Experience is an important part of becoming “workplace-ready” by building useful skills that cannot be taught in the classroom as well as providing learners a “preview” of the world of work.
Grasp the opportunity to further develop yourself and increase your employ-ability potential! More information on our Programme can be obtained from Mr Chidakwa or Mrs van Niekerk on 072 613 3669.