Support For Your Child.
The school has a number of structures to support your child.
Learning Diversity: Our Learning Diversity Leader's role is to support students who require extra assistance. This can means those students with diagnosed issues, students who need specific support, gifted students, behavioural issues. Our Cordinator applies for funding through the National Consistent Collection of Data. (NCCD) Our Co-ordinator works as apart of a team that support the students across a range of needs.
Learning Support Officers (LSO's) The School has a number of staff working as Learning Support Officers. These staff work to support Teachers and students to meet their needs. Our aim is to make all student independent learners.
School Psychologist: The school employs a psychologist part time to support staff, students and families. Our Psychologist can complete educational assessments, counselling, social skills groups and is also involved with our Season's program, a program for students going through grief and trauma
Speech Pathologist: The school uses 'Speech Pathology for Schools.' Our Speech Pathogist service supports staff and families so we can meet the needs of your child. We have a speech pathologist at the school two days per week.
All our Support Staff work closely together and meet regularly together.