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The school is driven by a deep belief that every student is capable of reading successfully.
A high priority is given to the school-wide analysis and discussion of systematically collected data regarding student reading.
The school leadership team has established and is driving a strong reading improvement agenda for the school.
The school has found ways to build a school-wide, professional team of highly able teachers, including teachers who take an active leadership role in improving reading within and beyond the classroom.
The school principal and other school leaders recognise that highly effective teaching is the key to improving student reading throughout the school.
The school has a coherent, sequenced plan for curriculum delivery that ensures consistent teaching and learning expectations for reading and a clear reference for monitoring reading across the year levels.
The school actively seeks ways to enhance student reading achievement by partnering with parents and families, other education and training institutions, local businesses and community organisations.
The school places a high priority on ensuring classroom teachers, in their day-to-day teaching, identify and address the reading needs of individual students, including high-achieving students.
The school applies its resources (staff time, expertise, funds, facilities, materials) in a targeted manner to meet the reading needs of all students.
The Autism Hub works collaboratively with stakeholders such as Autism Queensland to deliver workshops for teachers and parents.
Autism Coaches in regions also deliver local workshops to support identified needs in their communities.
The workshops can be face-to-face, webinars and short courses.
To find out more, choose Autism Hub on the ‘Organisation’ drop down list then select calendar view.
The Reading Centre provides professional learning opportunities that build the capability of school leadership teams and teachers.
Semester One 2018 program (PDF, 486KB) is available and requests for recordings of previously delivered webinars can be made by
emailing the Reading Centre.
To find out more select Reading Centre on the ‘Organisation’ drop down list then select calendar view.
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