Inclusive education is a large part of the values embedded into our school culture and our ability to cater for and support students with specialised learning needs is a strength of our school community. Our Support Services Committee allows for a multi-disciplinary approach to individual case management.
We are committed to the provision of equitable educational opportunities so that all students have access to, participate in and gain positive outcomes from schooling.
In striving to provide equitable educational opportunities for all, it is acknowledged that for some students to receive appropriate support (low-incidence disabilities, learning difficulties, and/or behaviour and communication challenges) it will be necessary to draw on the expertise of a range of support personnel.
Our dedicated team of Teacher Aides support all students in classrooms as well as in small groups and individually. They are an integral part of our school community and work consistently to improve the schooling experience for all our students.
English as an additional Language or Dialect
Our English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) teacher provides advice and programming support aimed at students for whom English is an additional language or dialect.
Our Support Teacher - Literacy and Numeracy, provides support to our students through screening, identification and targeting of strategies to improve the literacy and numeracy abilities of our young learners.
Our Guidance Officer is available to discuss issues with students and families and provides confidentiality and services for families who may require them.
We have the professional knowledge and resources of Department of Education Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists and English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D) Teachers available to support our school.
Student Welfare Officer
A Student Welfare Officer provides additional support to students at school.