CENTRE FOR SUPPORTIVE EDUCATION
The Centre for Supportive Education (CSE) gives focused, individualised support to students with the intention of enabling them to thrive in a mainstream classroom.
Students diagnosed with conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, Asperger’s Syndrome, autism, or other, perhaps undiagnosed, conditions, may need intensive assistance at various times in their school lives to fully achieve their academic potential. These students may benefit from placement in The Centre for Supportive Education.
Students attending CSE follow a tailored, modified curriculum. The academic staff/student ratio is approximately 1:2 and class sizes are very small, to allow for maximum individual support. Each student is attached to a homeroom and will join in with mainstream class activities (with appropriate CSE academic staff support, as required) where possible. Some students attend CSE for a short period in their school life, others may require more intensive support over a period of years. Entry to the CSE is focused on those students who require some sort of specific learning support, to equip them with the resources and processes to become increasingly independent learners, with the ability, where possible, to benefit fully from mainstream classroom education.
Please contact Admissions for further information.