Location of the school
The school is located on the corner of Commercial and Nantes Street, Paarl, 7646
(right behind ABSA, across Direct Air)
School terms and times
The school follows the same terms as the Department of Education.
A normal school day is from 08:00 to 13:00.
Drop-off time is from 07:30 to 08:00.
Pick up time is between 12:30 and 13:00.
2022 School term dates
19 January – 25 March
5 April – 24 Junie
19 July – 30 September
11 October – 15 December
Aftercare Facility is available. Fees are available from the office.
School fees are payable over 11 months monthly before/on the 7th of each month. (Jan till Nov). Fees are available from the office.
Summer uniform: turquoise t-shirts (with school logo) + dark blue pants.
Winder uniform: navy blue tracksuits.
School clothes can be ordered from the office.
What we offer
Boland School follows the same program as other special schools that also accommodate learners on the spectrum. We follow an adapted CAPS curriculum for children from Gr R-7 supported by individual intervention programs. Class divisions will be done according to ability and age, 4-7 children per class.
What else does the school offer?
Weekly kinderkinetics and social skills classes are offered. This therapy is included in the school fees.
Speech therapy and occupational therapy is offered by the school in groups. Parents will be responsible for individual therapy.
The school works with a team of therapists and psychologists. Appointments can be made through the parents or referrals can be done through the school.
- Small classes no more than 6/7 students per class
How does admission work?
A child may attend Boland School for Autism, by appointment, for a 2 week evaluation period. After the evaluation period, the school will give feedback to the parents and a decision will be made if the child will benefit from the school environment or not, whereupon admission shall take place.
Feel free to contact us during office hours at
084 610 9005 / 021 870 1430 or email us at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
3 years and fully potty-trained with a formal diagnosis and have the basic potential to settle in a class/school routine