‘Bridging the Gap’ Mission Statement To support, through collaborative partnerships, a whole school commitment to effective teaching and learning of students with specific educational needs.
Learning Support is allocated to identified students based on their learning needs. Students who identify as ‘English as an Additional Language or Dialect’, Indigenous students, as well as students with specific learning difficulties or disabilities are eligible.
Students can be referred to learning support by their parents, previous school, classroom teachers or through paraprofessionals such as paediatricians and therapists. Grace College strives to support students in an inclusive manner, allowing them equitable access to all elements of school life.
The types of academic support available could include:
In Class Support
Adjusted Learning Environment
Laptop, Scribe, Note taker, Reader
Reader, Scribe or Laptop
Withdrawal for block exams
Individual assistance (Aide)
Use of FM system
Audio Visual Aids
Need Specific Aids
Materials presented verbally and visually
Teaching Strategies to suit particular learning styles
Learning Support Classes
Individual / small group (Aide)
Provided for students who are unable to access the classroom curriculum due to their impairment. These students may not meet the requirements of an OP or QCE in the Senior School.
At the discretion of the Head of Department and if sufficient resources are available at the time.
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