The Towards Independence program provides a highly targeted educational framework for those primary students with special needs and/or profound multiple learning differences to acquire essential social and life skills. Towards Independence provides an alternative study pathway following the ASDAN curriculum that allows students to develop essential educational and life skills in a safe and supportive environment.
Small class sizes (maximum 8 students per class) and multiple teachers (from 2 to 4 at any one time) ensure a high teacher to student ratio and that each child’s individual learning needs are addressed.
Students in the Toward Independence program also work together in a larger group setting with mainstream ProEducation School primary school students for Sport and Fitness, Science and Humanities subjects. However, Towards Independence students will continue to receive one-on-one specialist support and more individualised teaching support in these subjects where deemed necessary.The larger group activities and peer learning promotes whole-child development and ensures all students feel equally valued.
We provide Towards Independence students with Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Counseling, throughout the school day and in one-on-one settings as needed.
The Towards Independence program encourages young learners to reach their full potential through one-on-one support with traditional Oxford academic subjects of Literacy and Numeracy. Students in the program also undertake the contemporary ASDAN academic subjects of Stepping Stones and New Horizons, which focus on the development of essential life skills and social skills.
Students in the Towards Independence program will study the following differentiated curriculum at the Individual Student Level (ISL) which is targeted based on each child’s individual learning needs:
Sport and Fitness
Topic Based Units:
IT & Multimedia
Art / Drama / Music ‘The Arts’
Geography / History
Life and Social Skills Programs
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