Special Needs

These are the mainstream core and option classes available to each student.

Placement is determined by appropriateness in relation to the student's strengths, needs and support available.

The Special Needs curriculum and especially the key competencies are taught through a functional and integrated context. The Special Needs curriculum fosters independence and provides strategies for students to cope in social situations.

Key competencies and future pathways are developed through accessing a range of subjects and different contexts of learning. 

ASDAN is a program that supports the Special Needs curriculum. All of the Special Needs curriculum sits within the pathway to work, and straddles the national vocational pathways spectrum.

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