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Learning Support

At Dulwich Hill Public School, we have a range of options to support students who require additional support. If your child requires additional support, talk to the principal to discuss your child’s needs. Your child’s learning needs will be assessed so that decisions can be made together about how your child can best be supported.

DHPS has a strong and effective Learning Support Team comprised of appropriate school-based staff, including the Principal and the School Counsellor. Parents and outside agency personnel are involved in discussions and decisions to enhance learning.

School Learning Support Officers (SLSOs) are employed at DHPS to provide some additional, in-class and playground learning support to individuals and small groups of students. Other identified learning needs are met by the classroom teachers who provide adjustments to classroom programs and differentiated access to explicit teaching as required by policies and guidelines including Every Student Every School, the National Disabilities Framework and Local Schools Local Decisions. See the Principal, Deputy Principal, class teacher or Department of Education website for more information.

 

 

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No child will be turned away from school

25 Mar 2020 The NSW Department of Education’s advice regarding schools is very clear. No child in NSW will be turned away from school. Schools will remain open for parents who want their children to attend irrespective of their profession or working arrangements. The decision to keep schools open Read more

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New COVID-19 restrictions begin as schools move towards online learning

23rd March, 2020 The NSW Government has taken significant new steps to increase restrictions across the state – triggering the next level of enforcement necessary to fight COVID-19. Following the decisions made by National Cabinet, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian confirmed the shutdown to protect NSW citizens. “I understand many Read more