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Student services and support programs

Special Education Program

The special education program teachers assist classroom teachers to develop educationally appropriate programs for students with special needs within our school. The role allows the teacher to supplement the program offered within the classroom, through in class support, and withdrawal of students for specialist tuition.
 
Should your child need to access this service you or your child’s teacher can make an application to the intervention team. Students who enrol from another school where they previously accessed support will be reviewed in the first week of their enrolment.
 

Guidance Officer

The school has the services of a part time Guidance Officer. Referrals for Guidance Officer support can be made through the classroom teacher and are subject to consideration by the Special Needs Committee. The Guidance Officer can provide academic, emotional or behavioural support to students. Parental permission must be obtained prior to any access to our Guidance Officer.
 

Speech Pathologist

The school has the services of a Speech Language Therapist who visits the school approximately twice per term. Referrals for Speech Language support can be made through the classroom teacher and are subject to consideration by the Special Needs Committee. The Speech Language Therapist may assess student language development, provide home programs, and in some instances provide therapy support to students. Parental permission must be obtained on the appropriate forms in writing.