Students at Educational Risk

The Department of Education provides for students at educational risk (SAER). Students considered to be having difficulty are referred to the School Psychologist for assessment. After consultation with parents, the School Psychologist, in conjunction with the teacher, recommends the most desirable course of action for the student. This school has a SAER Coordinator who, in consultation with the Principal, has responsibility for this area.

Students at Educational Risk may be either low or high achievers have an ‘Individual Education Plan (IEP)’ which outlines the educational outcomes expected to be achieved each term. Students with a disability are further supported by the School of Special Educational Needs (SSEN).