A team of specialised learning support educators work with our teachers in the classroom, as well as through withdrawal groups, to cater for the learning needs of students who require additional support, particularly to improve literacy and numeracy skills.
Specialist educators work closely with our school psychologists as well as with external professionals to cater for the individual needs of students. In the Junior School we have onsite occupational therapists and speech therapists.
Services provided by the Specialist learning support team include:
- In-class support
- Diagnostic screener
- The development of Student Learning Plans (ILPs)/Individual Adjustment plans (IAP’s)
- Targeted intervention plans
- Parent information sessions
- Professional development sessions to enhance teacher skills and understanding
- Assistance with the modification of curriculum and assessment
- Learning transition programmes
- Collaborative planning and liaising with teachers, students, parents and outside professionals
- Collection of data to access Commonwealth funding (NCCDSWD) determining appropriate adjustments for students with disability
- Collection of data to access Commonwealth funding (NCCDSWD)
- Provision of social skills groups (lunchtimes)
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