What is Remedial Teaching?
It is a multifaceted approach, tailoring remedial
intervention plans to a child’s specific needs. It makes use
of one-on-one instruction, small group instruction, written
work, verbal work and computer-based work. Remedial Therapy
focuses on skills rather than on content.
The therapy provided uses behavior teaching methods, which
have clearly defined goals and strategies and is tailored and
customized to each child’s specific needs. Within the
therapy sessions, children are involved in individual /
group activities, gross motor and fine motor activities
which are scheduled to form a part of and into the child’s
• Functional skills – Daily routine
• Gross and Fine motor skills – sensory
• Language / Vocabulary Development
• Social and behavior skills
• Academics and functional academics
Help is offered to learners who need assistance. These are
often children who function at a lower than average level
because of a certain learning- or behavioral
problem/disorder, but it can also be offered to pupils who
achieve at a higher than average level, they too can do with
the extra attention and care.
Learners with DYSLEXIA, DYSCALCULIA, DYSGRAPHIA
Learners with ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
Learners with AUTISM SPECTRUM
Learners with GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY
Learners with EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOR ISSUES.