Multikids Inclusive Academy is an accredited  International School, located in Ghana, West Africa.

The school was established in February 2010 and is governed by a Board of Directors. Multikids grew out of a small special school founded by Sigrid Kootstra, called COLEDIC.  Mandy Budge and Sigrid Kootstra worked together to co-found Ghana's first and only inclusive school, Multikids Inclusive Academy, educating children in a co-existing learning environment.

 

Multikids combines specialist creative, academic and vocational teaching and learning based on the UK National Curriculum, for students from 6 months to 21 years.

 

The environment of inclusion is only possible through the intervention of excellent therapeutic services. Our inclusive school believes passionately that all children have the right to an excellent inclusive curriculum. To this end we have developed a Culture of Inclusion which promotes:

  • Specialised learning environments for typical learners and typical learners who may have a specific learning challenge like Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Aspergers, Mild Autism.
  • Specialised learning environments for learners with Special Educational Needs like Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Global Delay. 

                                EVERY CHILD MATTERS AND EVERY CHILD IS ON AN ACCREDITED PATHWAY

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

 


Parents' comments

  • My daughter, Nito, has been to 9 different schools throughout her life and she says that Multikids is the best.  I asked her why and Nito said that it is because there is no bullying, and that everyone is respected regardless of their needs. She is also loving being in an inclusive environment. (Nito is a mainstream learner studying for her IGCSE's, which she will sit at Multikids). Emmy Van den Grinten....mum
  • We have been very impressed with how Jago performed last term. He has come on well in so many areas. I particularly would like to note the achievements made with his occupational therapy sessions. His coordination skills and writing have improved dramatically. Additionally his ability in reading has improved exponentially and his maths is very impressive- so the teachers are certainly to be congratulated. He is currently on a European tour as a reward. He will be back for the start of the new term (or shortly after...). I hope the new team for next year build on the work done last year. We will be watching closely!...Ben and Pippa Rich
  • I'm so glad I brought Kweku here!! Multikids Inclusive Academy really brings out the talents of our special ones...Margaret
  • The children of Multikids have gained alot of self-confidence and are also more focused....Barbara

Graduation Ceremony 2016

Our proud Graduates. From Left to Right: Nico vanLandewijk, NanaYaw Awuah, Celine Enniful, Martin Thorvaldsen, Lauren Morgan, Yoosi Forson, Maya vanLandewijk
Our proud Graduates. From Left to Right: Nico vanLandewijk, NanaYaw Awuah, Celine Enniful, Martin Thorvaldsen, Lauren Morgan, Yoosi Forson, Maya vanLandewijk
Sean features in 'Determination', a BBC film about Inclusion at Multikids. CLICK ON IMAGE TO READ AND WATCH SEAN's INSPIRING STORY!
Sean features in 'Determination', a BBC film about Inclusion at Multikids. CLICK ON IMAGE TO READ AND WATCH SEAN's INSPIRING STORY!

The BBC comes to Multikids - Ghana's first inclusive international school


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