成人动漫

Inclusive Education

Personalised Interventions

成人动漫 College uses a Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) framework to cater to students’ diverse needs through evidence-based programs and interventions. This tiered approach offers a spectrum of support, ranging from universal teaching practices to intensive interventions tailored to individual requirements. MTSS targets academic, behavioural, and social-emotional needs, fostering a proactive and holistic approach to student success. By delivering personalised interventions, MTSS enhances learning outcomes, wellbeing, and fosters an inclusive school environment.

Programs

Our college offers intensive evidence-based programs in literacy and numeracy, determined via a screening process to ensure precise intervention alignment with student needs. These may include InitiaLit, MiniLit, MultiLit, MaqLit, SPELD SA’s Literacy program, Quick Smart Numeracy, Big Idea in Number, and What’s the Buzz?. Additionally, our complex needs support addresses a broad array of challenges, including trauma, through comprehensive, individualised assistance delivered by a multidisciplinary team. Some programs, such as Pawz A While, Lighthouse BMX, Hoops for Life, and Rock and Water, are facilitated by external providers trained to promote student engagement and attendance. To further strengthen our support system, the school has employed a dedicated Complex Needs Support Worker.

The South Australian Department for Education’s Inclusive Education Support Program (IESP) funding model provides schools with additional resources and support to ensure equitable access to quality education for students with disabilities and diverse learning needs. Through personalised funding based on individual student requirements, the IESP enables schools to implement specialised interventions, staff training, assistive technology and support services, fostering inclusive practices and creating an environment where all learners can thrive.

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Learning Support

Primary Student Support Officers (SSOs) offer assistance to R-6 students through evidence-based programs for literacy, numeracy and social skills as well as support in classes and across the units. We also have an Autism Inclusion Teacher, who helps our staff to

  • understand autism and increase knowledge about evidence informed practices for autism
  • build relationships and promote autistic student voice and agency
  • implement sensory and environmental adjustments at their site
  • share evidence informed resources and training.

In the Secondary years, our staffed learning hub offers students in Years 7-12 a dedicated space for personalised support and explicit instruction in various subjects. Skilled staff provide tailored guidance, enabling students to deepen their understanding of tasks or skills within lessons. Teachers can refer students to the learning hub for additional support, promoting collaboration between classroom instruction and targeted intervention. Students in Years 10-12 are supported with their transition and pathway planning for life after school. This includes linking families to DES (Disability Employment Service) and SLES (School Leavers Employments Supports) providers.

Regulation Rooms

Thanks to the generosity of Variety 鈥 the Children鈥檚 Charity, primary and secondary students have access to regulation rooms.

Each space provides a calm area for students who might need some space to regulate their emotions, while accessing resources and equipment such as books, puzzles, fidget toys, bean bags and physical activities.

We have been fortunate to receive over $20,000 in grant funding from Variety SA to set up both regulation rooms for our students.

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Allied Health

Our college is currently unable to accommodate allied health professionals providing onsite services. Nonetheless, we warmly welcome one-time observations or collaborative “team around the child” meetings, where we can work together to devise the most effective support strategies for our students.