School for Cerebral Palsy and Learning Disabled in Cape Town
Who are we
Eros School aims to serve learners with Cerebral Palsy, Physical Disabilities, special medical needs as well as those learners with Learning Difficulties. The CAPS academic curriculum is followed and the individual needs of each learner is holistically catered for by our comprehensive staff body
EROS SCHOOL DOES NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT JOB APPLICATIONS AND APPOINTMENTS OF CLEANERS. INDIVIDUALS WERE ASKED TO FORWARD A COPY OF THEIR IDENTITY DOCUMENTS AND PAY A DEPOSIT OF R170.00 TO A SISTER KAREN MARREN.
EROS SCHOOL DOES NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS, WE DO NOT HAVE A SISTER KAREN MARREN ON OUR STAFF AND HAVE NOT ADVERTISED A CLEANING JOB.
Staff from SuperTex Clothing Shop united to promote inclusion and support for children with disabilities. Eros School began as a community-funded pilot school for previously disadvantaged children with Cerebral Palsy.
Eros School’s students increasingly participated in areas and activities from which they previously may have been excluded. These have since included various sports, events and competitions, entrepreneurship training, environmental projects, representing South Africa in the Paralympic Games in Athens, and much more! 2003 saw Former President Nelson Mandela visiting and meeting the Eros School family.
Eros School celebrated its 50th Anniversary. The Academic Programme following the CAPS curriculum was made available for grades pre-R to 12, with the first National Senior Certificate (NSC) being written at the school in 2016; the Technical Occupational Phase (TOP); and the Enrichment Class as part of the pilot for the Children with Severe to Profound Intellectual Disability (CSPID).
PO Box 82