Each child brings into the world his or her individuality and uniqueness shaped through the years of schooling. Part of our work as teachers is to remove hindrances often expressed in the child as learning difficulties, health concerns or emotional disturbances. A deep interest for each child is nurtured in our school and through this interest we as educators strive to understand the questions and challenges that each child reveals to us and especially to the class teacher. We as a school recognize that the understanding and the recognition of the child’s struggle can itself begin to contribute to the healing of the problem. The class teacher, ultimately responsible for the care of the child in the grade school years works conscientiously with the student and the family.
When a child experiences difficulties, the group coordinates a process of consultation and remedial services in our school extra lesson, tutorial services and assessments. It is also a gathering place for information on remedial services in the community. The HARNAND FOUNDATION explores concrete and possible avenues to support the individual child’s needs.
Many of these remedial services are based on the wholeness of man, embodying not only physical aspects, but also the soul and the spirit of the child unfolding as a human being.
The HARNAND FOUNDATION also oversees and coordinates Extra Lesson, tutorial services, and assessments. Together with the class teacher, the HARNAND FOUNDATION explores concrete and possible avenues to support the individual child’s needs, and for this reason the HARNAND FOUNDATION also serves as a gathering place for information on other remedial services in the community.