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“To uncover your true potential you must first find your own limits and then you have to have the courage to blow past them.” – Picabo Street.
Uncovering potential and exceeding expectations is just another Tuesday for Alta du Toit students as they participate in various sports activities.
Valentines Feast Prepared by Our Very Special Hostel Students
How Will We Carry Our Treats?
Oh, what a lovely Easter egg hunt at Alta du Toit School. Student Taiyo came to teacher Marleze and eagerly informed her that he had the most delicious chocolate ever!
Like a Fish In Water
Look at the fantastic theme Mr Duvall vd Vijver made for his classroom. We are truly blessed to have such fantastic teachers!
Net voor die skool sluit vir die vakansie het ‘n engel Juffrou Marleze se klas bederf met die heerlikste geskenkpakkies met die mooiste geskenkies en heerlikste eetgoed! Baie,baie dankie tannie Elsa Luiz vir wonderlike omgee hart!
“If a child cant learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn”. These words by Ignacio Estrada inform how Alta du Toit School supports our students.
Adapting the way we teach gives us far better results than trying to continue doing work that will not assist in the way the students learn
Not All Heroes Wear Capes
Not all heroes wear capes. Although Junaid Letoli is in a wheelchair student Keanan Schoeman and teacher Duvall van der Vijver kindly provided a change of scenery or rather seat-ery for Junaid.
Gaining Independence One Step at a Time!
Learning With Lego
As with so many things in the last 18 months almost 2 years Covid-19 has brought on significant changes in what the learners at Alta du Toit had to acclimatize to. Part of this was initially limited sporting practice opportunities and ofcourse no league matches with schools in our region. The learners truly love the game of football and when an opportunity arises we do all we can to make it realize within the safety constraints that we all still living under. The event was set up by James from Camphill Village whilst the staff visited Alta du Toit on a site visit. Everyone at Camphill Village put in a great effort in making the day an enjoyable experience and the learners of Alta du Toit represented the school well and came out victorious in the match. The Principal, Psychologist, many of the therapists as well as a teacher were taken on a tour of the Camphill Village site after supporting the learners of Alta du Toit. We hope that this first match with Camphill Village will be one of many.
The Imbhewu marimba band is the result of the collaborative efforts driven by the passion and ambitions of Ray Mbatsane and Alta Du Toit School. Imbhewu, meaning “seed”, speaks volumes about the nature of this ensemble. For the individuals involved in the marimba program, it has presented life-changing opportunities for growth and sustainability and with continuous nurture and support, this seed may grow to reach great lengths. The objectives of the marimba band are clear. Disability is often ostracised by society, but the marimba band strived to integrate the children with society, through the skills that they would obtain through the band and its practices and disciplines. The skills stretch far beyond basic music literacy. The band provides the children with a sense of purpose, responsibility and independency.
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