About Bellavista S.H.A.R.E.

About Bellavista S.H.A.R.E.

Bellavista School has an established reputation for excellence and the consistent feedback about the success of past learners testifies to our delivery and passion for children.

Our wealth lies in our professional knowledge, experience and collective expertise. With this comes a responsibility to share this with the community of educational and healthcare professionals who work with children.

The Bellavista S.H.A.R.E. education resource centre gives structure, direction and commitment to release these resources to the broader educational landscape.

“Share what we know; Help where we can; Advise and assist; Resource and equip; Educate others”.

At present, more than 5000 persons and organisations are registered on our database following attendance at our various training courses.

With this initiative, the school harnesses the collective capacity it holds within its own staff to improve the quality of educational delivery and intervention, particularly in the area of literacy by developing therapists and educators working with them in their respective professional designations.

A critical strategy for the school has been to develop public-private partnerships and, as such, we have collaborated with key, senior decision makers at a provincial and national level, as well as tertiary institutions and global partners, to ensure an effective intervention.

Bellavista S.H.A.R.E. Online seeks to extend the work of Bellavista S.H.A.R.E. by making continuous professional development opportunities available to practitioners working throughout Southern Africa and indeed the rest of the world.

The site is loaded with information and knowledge in several categories

  • Award in Literacy and Dyslexia
  • CPD Accredited Courses
  • General Interest
  • SACE Accredited Courses
  • Parenting
  • Journal Articles
  • Virtual Intervention Programmes
  • Group Packages for Schools and Organisations
  • Webinar Series
  • An early grade literacy app in all eleven South African languages.

Talks and Workshops

When we are through the COVID-19 pandemic, we will resume our talks and workshops on site. Until then, please see our online portal where you can enjoy a range of informative sessions:

Video Presentations and Courses:

Supporting the child on the Spectrum in the mainstream school environment

• Accommodations
• ADHD and Anxiety
• ADHD: Is there a Cure?
• Anxiety and Working Memory
• Anxiety: Understanding Polyvagal Theory
• Behaviour is a Symptom
• Child of our Time: Anxiety
• Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions
• Compassion Fatigue
• Compassion Fatigue as a Threat to Ethical Practice
• Developing Reading Comprehension
• Emotional Intelligence
• Enuresis and Encopresis
• Evidence Based Practices to Improve Expository Writing Performance
• Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models
• Help! I need to teach online
• Inclusive Education: Upsetting the Apple Cart
• Medical Treatment of ADHD
• Overcoming Compassion Fatigue
• Paired Reading with Parents
• Peripheral Visual Awareness
• Pharmacogenetics: DNA
• Raising a Secure Child
• Reading Fluency
• Sensory Integration and Anxiety
• The Dyslexic Adolescent
• The Tomatis Method
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Using Technology to Support Reading
• When Teachers are bullied
• Working Memory
• Working Memory in the Classroom
• Grade 4: Failing or Flailing
• Impact of immigration on the family
• Bullying
• Functional OT: Anxiety and the Sensory System
• Dyslexia and Technology
• Polyvagal and attachment theory
• Vocab Development
• Mediated Learning Experience
• Assessing for Dyslexia
• Attachment Aware Schools
• Managing Anxiety
• Dyslexia
• Dyslexia and Technology

• Trauma Informed Practice: Webinar Series
• COVID-19 Support: Webinar Series Complete Package
• Understanding the impact of Trauma: Implications for Education (Bruce Perry)

07h30 – 16h00

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