Often we receive testimonials. They speak to the advances our young scholars achieve in social interaction, personal behaviour, speech, and academic learning. As parents tell us, Mindstretch children literally beg to come to school. 

Our tribute essays give a fuller picture of some learners’ stories. 


Shared by his mother, Sheeham ​

Seth was 2 and attending a daycare in Pinelands when the Principal approached us, worried about his development. He was a happy child who loved playing with his friends, but he had a speech delay. We were a bit worried …

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Shared by his mother, Sharon

I am so thankful for the 3 years Jason had at Mindstretch. You welcomed us with open arms. There is no amount of money a parent can put on the value of all you have done for our boy …

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Shared by her mother, Emese

Lilla joined Mindstretch at age 4. Her hair was a gorgeous flyaway strawberry blonde. It still is. But other things have changed. She’s reached above and beyond to realise her potential …

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Shared by his mother, Sheeham ​

At my son Yaghya’s graduation, his teacher spoke of her pride in her boys, how hard they had worked, how much they had achieved, and how they had grown …

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Shared by his grandmother, Sindi​
It began as it should, with excitement: By 18 months of age, Oame was showing amazing word recognition capabilities. He could read, but his communication was limited …

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Shared by his mother, Kasonga​

We have come far with our boy. While writing this testimonial, I find I am no longer filled with anger towards the previous school that let Ryan down …

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Shared by his mother, Joy​
My journey with Elkan started long before he was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. It was Mindstretch Preschool that gave him words and independence …

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The Mindstretch Way

We believe that every child can reach their full potential if learning challenges are addressed early in development. We individualise our programme to the needs of each child. Progress and inclusion are our goal.