Student Support team
The Student Support team does just that—supports students. All students at Wilsonton State School who experience difficulties in the areas of academic learning, behavioural issues, physical, emotional or social wellbeing have access to a range of services, ensuring the best possible outcomes are achieved.
Woking together with parents and the community, the Student Support team comprises the school’s Deputy Principal, Head of Special Education, Speech Language Pathologist, Chaplain and Learning Support teachers.
The team responds to concerns raised by teachers and/or parents and works together to meet the individual needs of the students involved.
At Wilsonton State School, Learning Support teachers:
- assist with the planning and delivery of effective learning and teaching programs for identified students to improve their learning outcomes, with a focus on literacy and numeracy
- provide expertise and support to facilitate differentiation needs so all students have access to year level appropriate curriculum
- provide support and advice on teaching students with learning difficulties or disabilities
- support classroom teachers with assessing and monitoring the progress of students who are underachieving in literacy and numeracy.
- assist with the delivery of support programs in the areas of literacy, numeracy, speech language and behaviour management
- provide small group learning opportunities for identified students.