Upcoming Events
February 2019
  • 18School Council Meeting - 7pm
March 2019
  • 6Parent Forum (9:30am - 12:30pm)
  • 12Lower Junior Parent Picnic - 2pm
  • 12Yarrabah Footy Day (1pm - 2pm) - St. Kilda players attending
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Junior School

We use the Victorian Curriculum and elements of the VELDF when establishing transition approaches and individual learning plans. This enables us to cater for the individual needs of students with intellectual and multiple disabilities at this age group.

Junior School

Physical, Personal and Social Learning

  • Health & PE
  • Personal Development

Discipline Based Learning

  • Art (Music & Visual)
  • Mathematics
  • English
  • Science

Interdisciplinary Learning

  • Communication
  • Problem Solving
  • Technology

Programs maximise the potential and ability of each individual student. All programs are communication based and include verbal, Key Word Signing, boardmaker and communication devices. Students are exposed to these forms of communication to enable them to communicate and interact with each other.Play based learning is an integral component of the young children’s program. This program helps develop concepts and skills necessary for learning.

Programs concentrate on development in the areas of:

  • Communication
  • Physical Health
  • Self-Help skills - eating, toileting, dressing, independence.
  • Decision and choice making
  • Appropriate behaviour

Programs include:

  • Counting and Mathematics Activities
  • Science
  • Pre-Writing & Pre-Reading
  • Life Skills
  • Literacy Program
  • Swimming/Spa
  • Numeracy Program
  • Sensory Room & Sensory Garden Activities
  • Visual Art
  • Community Access Program
  • Perceptual Motor Program (PMP)
  • Behaviour Management
  • Technologies
  • Studies of Society And Environment
  • Physical Education (PE)
  • Sensory Programs/diets for students who require this
  • Bike Education
  • Incursions and Excursions