Teaching

The Glenleighden School curriculum involves implementation of the Australian Curriculum with the integration of multidisciplinary perspectives on intervention, including specialist teaching, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, music therapy and well-being support through a school counsellor and psychologist.

Education involves specialist teaching methods and management approaches based on a detailed understanding of the processing characteristics and learning styles of the students. Personalised Learning Plan meetings with parents, at least twice a year, ensure that the team and families fully understand the child’s unique educational and therapeutic needs.

Educational experiences are complemented by a range of extracurricular activities including sports and lunchtime clubs which cater for a range of student interests.

The school is organised into four sub schools

  • The Glenleighden School Early Childhood program caters for students from Preparatory year and sometimes Year 1, depending on the learning needs of the student.

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  • Children may enter Junior School from other schools or may transition from Glenleighden’s Early Childhood program.

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  • The Middle School program is based on the Australian Curriculum, with adjustments supported by a multidisciplinary team of teachers and allied health professionals.

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  • In Senior School the younger students continue to follow the Australian Curriculum with a focus on building literacy and numeracy skills.

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