Ways in which we can assist your child
Our schools provide remedial assistance to learners with ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, general learning difficulties, neuro-diversity and the like by means of an integrated CAPS curriculum from as young as Grade R. We have been assisting children to thrive and successfully integrate into mainstream education since 2007.
Our Centres provide specialised educational assistance to learners needing a more informal process by means of an integrated ASDAN curriculum from as young as 6 years. We have been successful in integrating Centre learners into vocational positions and be contributing members of society.
Bringing our unique approach into your home, wherever you are, both nationally and internationally. EduExcellence has adapted our unique approach to an online platform to assist you as a parent to benefit from our experience and skills.
Our bespoke therapeutic educational approach creates the perfect environment for learning to take place. Children need to feel safe and secure in order to learn and thrive. The TheraEd approach is based on sound research in educational neuro-science and has been the cornerstone of EduExcellence since our inception in 2007.
In order to be able to personalise your child's learning experience, we need to know where they are at, what they need and how to best assist them. EduExcellence has contracted with The Assessment Hub to provide in-depth assessments to create a personalised iMAP™ and iDevelop™ Program.
EduExcellence was conceptualised and founded by Dr. Beulah van der Westhuizen in 2006, and Educational Psychologist and specialist in neuro-development. Extensive research in educational neuroscience contributed to the design of TheraEd™ an approach she has designed and forms the cornerstone of EduExcellence.
EduExcellence opened the first campus in Lynnwood Pretoria in 2007 and has expanded to include a campus in Western Cape Noordhoek with exciting new development taking place.
EduExcellence Satellites, the first online remedial school in South Africa was launched in 2020, bringing the approach to many children, both nationally and internationally.