Who may enroll? 

. children between the ages of three and six years may enroll

  (transition from the two-dimensional to the three-dimensional phase) 

. children in need of remedial support may enrol 

. fast learners who need extra stimulation may enrol 

How does it work? 

. 30-minutes lessons are presented in the familiar school environment 

. bilingual classes (Afrikaans and English) are presented 

. five laptops and tablets (provided by JustClick) are available 


To ensure whole-brain development, mental 

stimulation is very 

important during the first seven years of a child’s life as all skills (intellectual, emotional, and technological) needed for mathematics, reading, and writing, are embedded during this period.

The word “perception” refers to the process when the brain interprets impulses received from the senses in order to give meaning to these. 

Example: Eyes see a piece of meat, nose smells the meat, the brain interprets the impulses as food and the observer feels hungry. 

Which skills are developed?

Intellectual skills

  • Perceptual (essential for school readiness)

  • Number concept (mathematics) 

  • Logical thinking

  • Memory skills 

  • Creativity 

Emotional skills

  • Self-confidence 

  • Self-image 

  • Daring attitude 

  • Planning 

  • Co-operation 

  • Goal setting 

  • Enthusiasm 

Task orientation

  • Concentration 

  • Independent work 

  • Perseverance 

  • Task completion 

  • Decision-making 

  • Problem-solving 

  • Observation of fine detail 


  • Using laptops and tablets to enhance perceptual skills 

  • Age-appropriate computer skills (established through incidental learning) 

(cognitive development)