Early intervention will assist the students from our Speech and Hearing impaired School and our Blind School to better communicate beyond their own communities.

While all our students go on and have employment, it can often be difficult to transistion into tertiary education. We aim to provide additional support so they can improve their employment opportunities.

To ensure that students have the skills required for future independent living beyond standard education. 

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In our Speech and Hearing-Impaired school, high school students have recently held a science fair where they presented projects on a range of topics like preventing water and air pollution, paper models of body parts, and monuments. This academic year, tailoring classes were made available for girls in grades 7 to 10 to help develop useful skills for their future. Students living on campus in the hostel hold morning and evening devotionals so they can grow together spiritually.