The future of our children, our country, and the world is the result of how we raise our children at home and in school. Crosspoint Academy understands the importance of this as we positively guide the hearts and minds of the children that come through our classrooms. Each child is important to us!
Utilizing specialized teaching methods, we guide young minds into cultivating a love for lifetime learning. It is our goal as educators to help them want to learn. In our classrooms, it becomes “I want to” instead of “I have to”. And through learning, we open up life and career opportunities for them.
Additionally, we guide the hearts of the children into a relationship with our Father in Heaven through Christ Jesus. It is His Agape Love that is the Gospel of Christ Jesus. With this relationship, we are led into a life filled with love, unity, peace, and hope.
And a relationship is what we in turn want to develop with each of the children, the teachers, volunteers, staff, and parents of the child. We want to be a part of each of those lives and them in ours. This happens through honesty, care, love, compassion, communication, and openness.
Our first school (of many planned) is established in Strand, Cape Town, South Africa. It is in the heart of Strand in the Central Business District; set up as an urban school. To learn more about it, go to the dedicated page for Crosspoint Academy - Strand. Or follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CrosspointStrand
As we understand that not every child learns at the same pace or the same level, Crosspoint Academy incorporates the following three criteria that make the school who we are.
Many of our children can come from broken homes and poor living conditions; in which there is often violence and aggression. This is not the best learning environment for a child. As such, we take a caring approach to behaviour management:
And we have found that the best way to help educate the child is to engage with them in the classroom. This means that a teacher and a volunteer are always working directly with the child, walking around the classroom, and creating one-on-one discussions to help the child understand the lesson in more detail for that child:
Additionally, we are utilizing registered Social Workers to help many children with their home-environment and emotional status.