The school caters for pupils with special education needs with varied physical and academic disabilities, many of whom are in wheelchairs.
Naidoo said the school struggled financially, especially with pupil transport expenses and very little financial support from parents.
“The school hostel was broken into two years ago and the hostel TV and other articles were stolen. This was the only form of entertainment that the pupils had in the evenings.
“When I heard of this and visited the hostel, I was very disturbed,” she said.