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Learning Enrichment Centre

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Vision Statement

To provide a differentiated curriculum in an inclusive, least restrictive environment that allows students to enhance their

personal, social and academic capabilities.  We aim for all students to access an appropriate post-schooling pathway to

become active and valued members of community.


What is the NCCD?

The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on

School Students with Disability (NCCD) takes place

every year.

The NCCD is a collection that counts:

• the number of school students receiving an

adjustment or ‘help’ due to disability

• the level of adjustment they are receiving to

access education on the same basis as other

students.

Students are counted in the NCCD if they receive

ongoing adjustments at school due to disability. This

‘help’ allows them to access education on the same

basis as a child without disability. The NCCD uses the

definition of disability in the Disability Discrimination

Act 1992.

Schools provide this information to education

authorities.

Click here to learn more:

fact sheet for parents guardians and carers.pdf


Learning Enrichment Centre

Support Options May Include

 

·  In class teacher aide support

·  Adjusted learning environment

·  Small group focused interventions

·  Assignment support

·  Assistive technology

·  Use of FM system

·  Need specific aids

·  Supervision during lunch breaks

·  Assessment provisions

·  Extra time

·  Reader, scribe or laptop

·  Withdrawal for block exams

·  Afterschool homework club

   support  (Monday and Thursday)

 

Other support

· At the discretion of the Head of Special Education Services


Senior Schooling

Students are also provided with additional supports such as:

· Assistance with management of school based traineeship

 · Assistance with certificate qualifications

· Preparation with QCIA folios

· Post schooling preparation


Eligibility for Support

Support is provided through the Learning Enrichment Centre to students with one of the following verified disabilities:

· Autism Spectrum Disorder

· Intellectual Impairment

· Physical Impairment

· Vision Impairment

· Hearing Impairment

· Speech & Language Impairment

 

Support is also provided students that have a disability that meets the definition outlined in The Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (DDA)

 

 

 


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Last reviewed 25 March 2022
Last updated 25 March 2022