If your child needs additional learning assistance, we provide a supportive and collaborative approach. We work in close liaison with families to create a learning environment where students receive equitable access to learning so students can progress at their own rate, ‘on the same basis as their peers’ (NESA).
Types of support
Recognising that all students are individuals with varying needs, we offer a variety of learning support systems, including:
- In-class support and team teaching
- Class/student observations and teacher feedback
- Small group and individual remedial programs before/after and during school
- Curriculum differentiation and adjustment in the mainstream classroom
- Homework support and study skills
- Adjusted curriculum and assessments
- Professional learning for teachers and families.
Families with Diverse Learning needs must supply a psychometric assessment or specialist report from an educational psychologist or psychiatrist to accompany their application.
“We recognise that all students are individuals with varying needs, so we offer a variety of diverse learning strategies.”