Tswellang Special School
Honesty is a facet of moral character that connotes positive and virtuous attributes such as integrity, truthfulness, straightforwardness, including straightforwardness of conduct, along with the absence of lying, cheating, theft, etc. Honesty also involves being trustworthy, loyal, fair, and sincere.
Responsibility means you do the things you are supposed to do and accept the results of your actions.
A responsibility: something you are expected to do.
Being responsible: doing the things you are supposed to do.
Accepting responsibility: taking the praise or the blame for something you have done.
Grade R - Grade 9
Learner Support Services
Grade LSS 1 – 8 and Vocational Class
- Any physical disability as primary diagnosis
- Other primary diagnosis resulting in secondary impairments such as diabetes and cancer.
- A temporary physical impairment that needs specific support for the period of time leading to recovery.
- Professional Nurse
- Social Worker
- Speech Therapist
- Occupational Therapist
- Specific learning barriers without physical barriers
- Learners with severe cognitive barriers
- Behaviour that prevents a learner to learn in a group situation like:
- Uncontrolled ADHD
- Learners who present with severe behaviour and/or bizarre behaviour
- Severe medical condition
- Total blindness
- Total deafness (not be able to benefit from a hearing aid , non-verbal an poor communication)
- Feeding difficulties such as:
- Unable to chew and swallow regular food
- At risk of aspiration
- Tube feeding
We offer a number of different sports.The will to compete and to succeed are in our learners’ nature
Our strong athletic program where the learners compete consists of track and field items such as shotput, discus, javelin, 100, 200 and 400 meters running.
The boccia players have a very strong record and is growing each year.
The wheelchair rugby works closely with the Mustangs where they are blesses to get coaching from the best.
Other sport activities that we offer are table tennis, badminton, basketball, soccer and chess.
During the March to April holidays, the learners compete at the SA Championships where we clamed a number of South African records.
Sport provides our learners with the opportunity to show the world that the only disability is a negative attitude.
The aim of the Caleigh Campaign is to teach learners from mainstream schools about the specific needs of disabled learners and how to raise funds for severely disabled learners.
Each year four learners from Tswellang School are selected to attend the monthly sessions at St. Andrews school. The sessions are also attended by learners from varies schools in Bloemfontein.