We are committed to supporting students in their learning. Early identification of learning developmental needs is critical to early intervention in Prep to Year 2. The College employs a Speech Pathologist to identify and coordinate the Early Intervention Program with staff, parents and students. The Early Intervention Program has been successfully implemented by teachers and teacher aides in small group support or in after school tutoring.
In Years 3 - 6, the Early Intervention Program continues to support students in Literacy through small group support or after school tutoring.
Students with learning or physical impairments receive support through the Education Adjustment Program. Government funding assists in employing teacher aides to support these students in the education.
English as a Second Language
Programs and assistance for English as a Second Language (ESL) students are also available.