Learning Support

In keeping with the Australian Government’s Melbourne Declaration (2008), St Aloysius aims to be an inclusive school that attends to individual learning needs, so that all students flourish and achieve their full potential. The College supports students with learning difficulties, according to a student’s individual needs. Students requiring significant learning support will usually have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) that is developed by parents, teachers, teacher assistants and other allied education or medical professionals. An IEP sets out the learning program and strategies for that student. The Junior Campus also has other programs for students, such as reading intervention. At a classroom level, teachers aim to differentiate their programs for students to meet individual student needs.

Junior Campus Learning Support Coordinator - Emma Callanan [email protected]

Middle/Senior Campus Learning Support Coordinator - Tara Lewis [email protected]