Learning Enhancement

Our Learning Enhancement Department supports classroom teachers to effectively differentiate instruction and curriculum for students who have needs additional to regular classroom provision within an inclusive school community.

Our Learning Enhancement Department aims to work collaboratively to support the individual needs of students by providing reasonable adjustments to ensure equal opportunities to allow all students to flourish.

Our Learning Enhancement team work with students, teachers, parents and other professionals (Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Psychologists, Counsellors and Paediatricians) to identify areas of strength, challenge and the varying learning requirements of each individual, by using multiple strategies to ensure every student receives personalised support. This includes in-class support and instruction, separate small group instruction, enrichment and extensions tasks and quality differentiated learning and assessment.

Key goals of our Learning Enhancement department include:

  • Provide support for students who are highly able and those with learning challenges
  • Accurately identify students who require further assistance
  • Track student data over time and monitor progress
  • Educate and support staff
  • Support and engage parents
  • Utilise allied health professionals to support our program
  • Support the social and emotional development of students to ensure that they are ‘learning well’
  • Ensure the Learning Enhancement team work efficiently to ensure the greatest impact

What does our Learning Enhancement program look like?

  • In class support enhancing class programs
  • Intensive research-based interventions (shorter sessions, higher frequency
  • Enrichment and extension of highly able learners
  • Pre-assessment and referral preparation
  • Collaboratively planned and reviewed Individual learning plans with students, parents, teachers, other professionals

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