Learning Support

Notre Dame College is committed to providing students who have recognised additional needs with assistance to ensure positive educational outcomes. These needs may by intellectual, social/emotional, sensory, physical in nature or may be as a consequence of English being an additional language.

Learning Enrichment Centre

The College has a dedicated Learning Enrichment Centre with a range of staff including integration aides, teaching staff and psychologists.

Assistance and support is offered in a range of ways including;

  • Individual student profiles
  • Individual learning programs
  • In class support where required
  • Support with organisation and planning
  • Supervised access to the Learning Enrichment Centre, during recess and lunch times for
  • activities and games
  • Educational assessments
  • Small group withdrawal
  • Individual withdrawal
  • Parent Support Group meetings
  • Homework Club
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