Learning Enrichment Centre

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.

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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