Program For Students With Disabilities (PSD)- Primary and Secondary

We provide an inclusive education system that ensures all students have access to a quality education that meets their diverse needs and we are compliant with the requirements of the PSD funding in regard to access and equity for our PSD students.

We have an experienced team of Integration Aides who are in class to support students who receive funding under the PSD program. The Integration Aides are in class under the direction of the classroom teacher to support the learning of the student and to assist other students where practicable.

Each PSD student will have goals set by the class teacher and documented in an Individual Education Plan each term. Meeting will be coordinated on a termly basis to discuss new goals and strategies for each student.

Victorian High-Ability Program (VHAP)- Primary and Secondary Years 5-8

Virtual School Victoria delivers and provides a high ability program (VHAP) to selected students in Years 5-8. The program consists of ten-week online courses in Mathematics and English for both primary and secondary levels. Students engage in synchronous Webex classes with their Virtual School Victoria teachers. They can also engage with the course material on VSV Online outside of the class time.

Tutoring Program- Primary and Secondary

Tutoring is available for students who need additional learning support in either literacy or numeracy. It is provided by experienced teachers, either in class, in small groups or on a one-to-one basis as needed. The tutors work with students’ regular classroom teachers to ensure consistency and that multiple learning strategies are utilised.

Literacy Support Program- Primary

Literacy support is provided in addition to the Tutoring Program for students in Prep- Year 6. The program targets students with additional reading, spelling and writing needs. Students meet multiple times throughout the week with an education support staff to target specific areas of needs. Multiple learning strategies are used in these sessions including the use of digital technology.

Wellbeing Support- Primary and Secondary

We pride ourselves on our proactive approach for developing a safe and supportive learning environment for all students across the College. We understand that students and families can face challenges throughout the year and have support and information to assist our school community.

We offer a range of preventative and responsive programs that will build our students capacity to be resilient young people. The Wellbeing team offer one-on-one support and work with student as individuals aiming to understand how they can reach their potential.