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Special education program (SEP)

Students with special needs access the curriculum a​t their own level with support from our special education staff. Each of the students are assessed to determine the nature and level of support required to best meet their individual needs.

Individualised programs are designed to enable students to progress at their own pace allowing them to experience success, whilst being appropriately challenged.

Generally these students are clustered into one class per year level in order to maximise the quality and amount of specialist support offered.

Our curriculum-driven numeracy and literacy programs have a strong focus of equipping our students with the functional skills needed to participate in society: eg. calculating change, reading timetables, basic mental calculations, essential reading, writing and communication skills.

Specialist programs include:

  • Gross motor

  • Fine motor

  • Articulation

  • Communication skills

  • Behaviour/social skills

  • Health and safety

  • Transitions (into prep and year 8)

  • Adolescence/puberty

  • Community access

  • Supervised eating and play