Curriculum Areas Covered
English, The Arts, Mathematics, Health & Physical Education, Information Technology, Science, Civics and Citizenship Prep to year Final Year of Schooling.
Individual Learning Plans
Individual Learning Plans are developed and implemented by the teachers in consultation with parent/caregivers and allied health staff, endeavouring to meet the needs of each student. Programs are designed to provide learning experiences which will challenge, extend and motivate students to attain personal goals. Opportunity exists for students to take part in integration programs, via dual enrolment with a mainstream primary or secondary school.
Communication Programs developed in conjunction with the speech pathologist are implemented by all staff across the school. Programs aim to further develop the communication, language and literacy skills of all students. Assisted, Augmentative Communication techniques and tools are utilized to give non verbal students the opportunity to make choices, make their wants and needs known and communicate with others. Communication is a key focus of our 2023 AIP.
Reporting to Parents
Written reports regarding student progress are provided twice a year. Parent teacher interviews are generally held following the school day.
Parents may request meetings with teachers at any time however they are regularly involved in meetings and attend professional development before and after school. If you require a meeting during this time, please ring to ensure their availability.