School Readiness Assessments

School Readiness Assessments are often required by primary schools when enrolling a child. This assessment is generally conducted with children in Grade R and Grade 0 to identify any possible developmental shortfalls that may affect learning and development.  Failure to identify these challenges that a child may have, can adversely affect their entire school career.

These assessments evaluate a child’s level of development, in order to determine whether or not a child has the necessary skills to meet the required educational, social and emotional demands that formal schooling poses.

During the process, a child’s cognitive development, physical and sensory motor development, as well as social and emotional development, are assessed.

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