Martie du Plessis High School for the Cerebral Palsied
Martie du Plessis School (established in 1962) is situated in Bloemfontein and serves learners with cerebral palsy, learning and physical disabilities. The school educates learners from the age of 3 up to Grade 12. In the 2006 matric final exams, Martie du Plessis obtained a 10th place in the Free State with exceptional results.
Prinshof School for the Visually Impaired
Prinshof School for the Visually Impaired is a multi-cultural, dual-medium (English and Afrikaans) school situated in the Central Business District of Pretoria. Opened in 1963, the school now caters for 351 blind and partially sighted learners from Grade R to Grade 12 of whom approximately 55% are from previously disadvantaged communities.
Sonitus School for the Hearing Impaired
At Sonitus School for the Hearing Impaired we believe that each child should be enabled to reach his or her full potential. The school is situated in East Lynne, Pretoria. Sonitus is one of a few schools who teach hearing impaired learners with the auditory verbal programme. The school encourages the learners to master verbal communication.
Transoranje School for the Deaf
Transoranje School for the Deaf is located in Pretoria-West and caters for the education and wellbeing of approximately 193 learners with profound hearing loss. A young learner with severe hearing loss needs specialized education and support.
Transvalia School for Epilepsy and Learning Disabilities
Transvalia School is a school for children who suffer from epilepsy and / or experience severe learning disabilities. These children are dependent on the specialised, individualised services, medical and neurological services, boarding facilities and audio support system that the school provides. These services are provided for learners from grade 1 to grade 10 through the mediums of both Afrikaans and English.