Toward Independence provides a framework of activities through which personal, social and independence skills can be developed and accredited for those with more challenging learning difficulties and profound multiple learning differences. Towards Independence provides an alternative study pathway following the ASDAN curriculum that allows students with special needs to develop essential educational and life skills in a safe and supportive environment.
Our students receive one-on-one support in small classes with a teacher to student ratio of 2:5 for their Literacy, Communication and Numeracy needs. They attend group classes for Me, Myself and I, Training, Sport & Fitness and Life Skills.
The ProEducation School team of specialists and therapy, including Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Counseling, is also provided to students throughout the school day in a one-on-one setting.
Our goal is to individualise each student’s program and incorporate key skill-building courses for those areas in which students require further support. Toward Independence offers formal recognition for small steps of achievement towards larger goals. Modules can be used separately and accumulated to build a record of personal achievement.
Students who study Toward Independence work on key life skills and communication skills necessary for day to day living. These skills include:
Communication skills in class and in the community
Independence skills in the community
Sports and fitness
Me, myself and I
Sport and Fitness plays a key role in developing the agility, coordination and gross motor skills of our students. Sporting activities are performed at the Finns Recreation Club and include soccer, trampoline, gym training, and survival swimming.
Our students also attend vocational training to build skills and expose them to a working environment. Examples of vocational courses include: horsemanship; cycling at Bali Bike Park; a Hospitality Course at Montigo Resort, Seminyak; and Food Preparation course at the Sheraton in Kuta. In addition, students have the opportunity to study a range of electives from ASDAN.
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 ASDAN
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