Omatas Assisted Learning School

124 Smit Street
Fairland Randburg Johannesburg View on Google Maps
From 6 years - 13 years old

Omatas (O-ma-tis) is an intervention school for struggling learners

A small, warm, community-driven environment focused on changing the lives of children, families and communities. OMATAS is a safe yet wildly courageous place where independent thinking is developed as a sustainable skill and everything we do supports the whole child.

We are a school for families who want to be more involved in their children's educational experience. We tailor our day to work with what the children need in order to become powerful learners. As we work to build their character, to develop their thinking, to support their abilities they begin to flourish in their school work, too.

By making sure we consider the wellbeing of the whole child, we are able to work towards sustainable development that can last a lifetime.

Expect something different.

We offer:

- Rise and Shine morning exercises
- Active practical learning
- Small classes
- Montessori materials for concrete learning
- RAVE-O, Phonographix, YouCubed, FIE and more
- Consulting OT, speech, physio & educational psychologist
- Working with anxiety, ADHD, high functioning Autism, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, generalised learning delays and scattered scores.
- Focus on bridging the gaps, developing learning and thinking skills, building social skills and learning skills
- Drive to remediate sufficiently to enable children to return to more typical learning environments.

Grade 0 - 7

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OMATAS is an incredible school. We have seen our daughter’s self esteem grow tremendously over the 3 years that she has been attending this wonderful school. The teachers are very supportive and caring. I highly recommend OMATAS school.

Submitted on Tuesday, 21st November 2023 at 02:11:50 PM

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