List Of Deaf Schools In South Africa

 List Of Deaf Schools In South Africa

List Of Deaf Schools In South Africa: Also known as the school for the death, there are a lot of these schools in the country today. The list is updated regularly with new information

  • Ekurhuleni School for the Deaf
  • Filadelfia Secondary School for Deaf/Disable/Blind
  • MC Kharbai School for the Deaf
  • Sizwile School for the Deaf
  • Sonitus School for the Hearing Impaired
  • St. Vincent School for the Deaf
  • Transoranje School for the Deaf
  • Carel Du Toit Centre
  • De La Bat School for the Deaf
  • Dominican – Grimley School
  • Dominican School for the Deaf
  • Mary Kihn School for Hearing Impaired and Deaf
  • Noluthando School for the Deaf
  • Nuwe Hoop Centre for Hearing Impaired
  • Durban School for Hearing Impaired
  • Fulton School for the Deaf
  • Indaleni School for the Deaf
  • Kwa Thintwa School for the Deaf
  • Kwavulidlebe School for the Deaf
  • St Martin de Porres School
  • VN Naik School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Vuleka School for the Deaf
  • Efata School for the Blind and Deaf
  • Reuben Birin School for the Hearing Impaired
  • Sive Special School for the Deaf
  • St Thomas School for the Deaf
  • Bartimea School for the Deaf and Blind
  • Thiboloha School for the Deaf and Blind
  • Bosele School for the Deaf and Blind
  • Sedibeng School for the Deaf
  • Tshilidzini School for Special Education
  • Yingisani School for the Deaf
  • Osizweni Special School
  • Silindokuhle School for Special Education
  • Retlameleng School for Disabled Children
  • Ikalafeng Special School
  • Kutlwanong School for the Deaf
  • North West Secondary School for the Deaf
See Also ->  List Of Cambridge Schools In South Africa

Mainstream Schools vs Deaf Schools : List Of Deaf Schools In South Africa

My son attended mainstream schools until the 4th grade, at which time he was transfered to St. Rita School for the Deaf. The problem with the school system I dealt with was consistency in service, and teachers who had never encountered a deaf student prior. He did well academically, as long as his terp was present. However, he began to develop socialization problems as he was only one of 2 deaf students in the school system, and the other one was younger. In addition, the itinerant speech and hearing specialist was very much of the oral philosophy, and my son had been raised thus far in a total communication environment with a great deal of exposure to the Deaf community from a very early age.

See Also ->  Bridge House School