About Us


Special Needs Remedial School is an English medium school, focusing on a remedial programme to better Literacy (language and comprehension), Numeracy, and Life skills with emphasis on self- esteem and creativity. We are equipped with computers and software as well a resource centre to ensure consistent and progressive learning.
The curriculum and staff ensures that the learners achieve full potential, every child strives at achieving best results, as a result self-esteem is built and confidence is nurtured.  


Earobics is a software programme for reading improvement. It systematically teaches the critical phonological awareness, listening and introductory phonics skills required for learning to read and spell.

Cami is a software programme. It is a designed programme to systematically help a learner master the skills required to understand different learning areas.
Used at our centre:
Cami Mathematics (age 3 – 18)
Cami Reading and language English/Afrikaans (age 3 – 18)
Cami Science
Cami Perceptual Skills Builder (age 3 – 13)

As a non – government, non – profit organization, Special Needs Remedial School requires ongoing financial support from individuals, the private and business sectors as many of our parents require financial assistance for both the therapist as well as the school fees. The school also constantly needs to purchase equipment and resources that would be beneficial for our learners.

 An appeal is made for your support. Support us and be part of our dream.

 Special Needs Remedial School……. Where dreams are turned into reality

"Westville remedial centre was the best choice we made for our daughters who each had specific learning difficulties. Each child worked at their own pace while still in a classroom environment .The patient and loving approach by highly qualified teachers helped them improve in self confidence as well as academically. I'd recommend this school to any parent who is concerned about their childs academic progress. " - H. Vally

"My daughter, Aarifa Bayat, is a learner at your institute for the last two years. I am pleased to state that she has made good progress. We have found the environment at the institute pleasant and conducive. I wish you the best in the future in all your efforts and hope the institute will grow from strength to strength." - Z. Bayat