Penrith Anglican College recognises and celebrates diversity within our student population. We are committed to ensuring that the needs of all learners are catered for. Our Learning Support team work in close collaboration with parents and teachers, to ensure that we strive to identify and meet the needs of all our students, whilst always placing them at the centre of all we do.
Through quality differentiated practice, the implementation of personalised adjustments, specific intervention programs and extra in-class support, we endeavour to meet the diverse learning needs of all our students. These supportive structures primarily aim to provide a quality framework within which our students can thrive, grow, and be challenged to be their best.
Whilst our students individual needs are at the centre of what the Learning Support Team do, the below list highlights some of the structures that the College Learning Support Department utilises:
- Individual Student Plans
- Individual Student Profiles
- Literacy Intervention including Multi-lit programs in Kindergarten to Year 6
- Transition Programs
- Assessment Provisions
- In-class support Pre- K to Year 12
- Study Skills Elective – available for student in Years 9 and 10
- Stage 6 Support- Years 11 and 12