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NSW VARIETY BASH 2015

Breakfast 10 August 2015 ~ 2 Weeks to Go Keep an eye out on the SPPS Facebook page for requests for volunteers. Next Meeting: When: Thursday 6 August at 3:30 (Week 3) Where: SPPS Main Staffroom Act, Belong, Commit Now is the time to make a commitment to help on the day!!! Come help make a difference for our children!!


Newsletter 22 2015

SPENCER PARK EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE During the first week of the July school holidays, Kristin Ellery and Shelley Redmond attended the AGOSCI Winter Literacy Intensive in Perth. This course focused on teaching children with disabilities to learn to read and write using the “Four Blocks” Literacy program. The Four Blocks program was originally developed for beginning readers in the regular classroom and is “A
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Early Intervention Program for children with a diagnosis of Autism or Global Developmental Delay

Our highly skilled staff will provide your child with an individual education program using Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) to help them progress to mainstream school. Your child will benefit from: • baseline testing to assess their needs • individual discrete trial program including one on one teaching • natural environment teaching • errorless learning and positive reinforcement. • small group language sessions • structured
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NSW VARIETY BASH 2015

Breakfast 10 August 2015 ~ 7 Weeks to Go Keep an eye out on the SPPS Facebook page for requests for volunteers. Next Meeting: When: Thursday 23 July at 3:30 (Week 1) Where: SPPS Main Staffroom Act, Belong, Commit Now is the time to make a commitment to help on the day!!! Come help make a difference for our children!!


Newsletter 21 2015

SPENCER PARK EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE As usual the term is got off to a very busy start. On Wednesday we had staff from the Peel Language Centre do training about Oral Language to our teachers and 2 education assistances from each class. Literacy through language is one of our key focuses. Helping our children communicate is an important aspect of their education. During the
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Newsletter 20 2015

SPENCER PARK EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE Mrs. Edwards is taking a well earned break this week. She is taking one week’s Long Service Leave. All of the teaching staff are having a day in the office in her absence. Beginning Tuesday Week 2 of Term 3 the school will be trialling Early Close. We are having Early Close to give the staff more time to
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Newsletter 19 2015

SPENCER PARK EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE Earlier in the year the SPESC team attended a Visible Learning training day. As part of the training we were required to survey our school community. We have already surveyed the students with questions similar to the ones we are asking the parents and the school staff. If you attended the SPESC End of Term Assembly on Monday you
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Newsletter 18 2015

SPENCER PARK EDUCATION SUPPORT CENTRE EVERY SCHOOL DAY MISSED IMPACTS ON YOUR CHILD’S EDUCATION AND RESULTS. Continuing on with the attendance information for parents and cares from last week. There are a few important things that parents and carers can do about improving attendance. • Be sure your child attends school on every possible day • Make sure yours child’s school has all your
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