Multikids Vision:

  • A society where all people can live side by side respectfully and appreciate that we each have a unique contribution to make to the world. 
Multikids has developed a Culture of Inclusion where Every Child Matters
Multikids has developed a Culture of Inclusion where Every Child Matters

Multikids Mission:

  • To build confidence and competency in all learners
  • To promote excellence through an enabling environment
  • To promote inclusion to empower each and every student to reach their potential
  • To pioneer Inclusion in our community through sharing knowledge and resources

Multikids is Accra's leading school for diverse learners. Established in 2010 the school is celebrating 10 years of inclusion in 2020. Accredited in 2010 by Cambridge International Education, and Edexcel in 2018, the School offers a pathway for learners from Early Years to IGCSE with the Cambridge Curriculum.  Multikids is also accredited by ASDAN UK and provides a structured, hands on curriculum, for learners with special needs up to 21 years. We are in the process of setting up a Vocational College for learners  from 14 years  offering BTEC courses accredited by Edexcel in Ghana.  Accredited courses will include   Design and Fashion, Catering and Hospitality, Digital Technology, ICT. 

At Multikids, Special Provision is tailored to meet the specific learning needs of each child. In addition to specialist teaching across the curriculum, the Inclusion Manager ensures that therapy and learning needs are met. Special Provision includes Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physio therapy and specialist teaching. Educational Psychologists also provide assessment and advice for pupils.

Therapy is integrated into the curriculum on a daily basis through a transdisciplinary approach, where therapists team-teach with specialist teachers in subjects, so that skills are consolidated within the classroom. Therapy is also delivered on an individual, small group and class basis. This collaborative approach also means that teachers and therapists learn from each other, sharing skills and developing professionally for the benefit of the children.