012 348 6747

29 Glenwood road
Lynnwood Glen

Early Childhood Development Program


The Centre provides a full developmental stimulation program for children aged 18 months to 5 years catering for up to 40 children.

Entrance Criteria

Preference is given to children who:
  • Have a degree of hearing loss with an additional developmental challenge, or hearing children with language learning difficulties and an additional challenge.
  • Are between the ages of 18 months – 5 years, children outside of these criteria may be accepted or accommodated in the programme at the discretion of management.
  • Have normal cognitive functioning.
The acceptance process:
  • An interview with the Centre Manager, where an entry evaluation will be done.
  • The decision to accept a child into the programme is taken by the Centre Manager in conjunction with relevant members of the staff and the Management Committee.
  • The final class placement is made by the Centre Manager, in conjunction with relevant staff members according to the following criteria: language level, age, stage of emotional development and social adaptability.

Exceptions can and will be made on an individual case basis at the discretion of the Centre management.

General information

Fee structure

Yearly non-refundable registration fee of:

  •  Starting in term 1 – R1 100,00
  •  Starting in term 2 – R975,00
  •  Starting in term 3 – R850,00
  •  Starting in term 4 – R725,00

Once off deposit of R4 250,00 – this will be deducted from your final account when your child leaves the programme with the required one months written notice period.

Monthly centre fees:
  • Half-day (7h00 – 13h00) R4 550,00
  • Full-day (7h00 – 17h00) R5 100,00

The children receive breakfast, a snack at 10 am, a full lunch (protein, starch and a vegetable) at 12h00, and those staying in the afternoon care programme have another snack at 15h00. This is included in the monthly fee.

Additional therapies

At present we are able to offer parent guidance on the premises; whereby families are guided in how to create a language rich home environment. This is compulsory for all families attending the Centre.

Our dream is to offer in-house speech and occupational therapy services; but at present we ask to work with your existing therapists. This way our staff can support your child’s progress.

Our staff and classes

We currently offer English and Afrikaans mediums of instruction. Our teachers receive continuous training in order to better serve the children. We have 6 to 8 children in a class with a teacher and an assistant to ensure that the children receive the attention and care needed to help them develop optimally.

We strive to…

Ensure that each child is well balanced in all of the following areas:

  • Religious foundations
  • Language skills
  • Listening skills
  • Emotional development
  • Social skills
  • Motor skills
  • Perceptual skills
  • Cognitive skills
  • Creativity
  • Music

And last, but not least…


The child is educated according to the principles of normal development through experienced-based education methods.

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