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-  A structured and fixed routine in which children with Down syndrome can reach their full potential.

-  Professional sport coaching in the following areas:

    -  Table tennis

    -  Swimming

    -  Athletics

    -  Futsal

-  An academic curriculum based on concepts of the National  Curriculum Assessment Policy Statements (CAPS), with a  Christ centered foundation.

-  Comprehensive assessments by Speech- and  Occupational therapists to determine the independent level  of functioning of each learner with Down syndrome.

-  Weekly individual Speech therapy to equip athletes in self  advocacy, social skills development as well as improving the  quality of their verbal skills and speech production.

-  Support and guidance in emotional well-being.

-  Weekly music lessons.

-  Weekly photographic coaching sessions.

-  Weekly dance lessons.

-  Quarterly educational outings.

-  Computer skills development.

-  Weekly tuck shop to assist in teaching monitory skills.

-  Quarterly parent support groups and workshops.

-  The development of Christian values.


While Club 21 Sport Academy does not discriminate against any athlete wanting to attend Club 21 Sport Academy, the academy does have objective admission requirements:

-  Only athletes with Down syndrome.

-  Provincial participation in sport in the previous 24 months.


Club 21 Sport Academy is built on a strong Christian foundation and the school does not discriminate unfairly when admitting learners to the school. Families can expect the learners to be educated in a Christian environment, but families and their children will not be discriminated against based on religion, or any other grounds, including race, gender, marital status, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, conscience, belief, culture, language and birth.

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