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Year 8 And Year 10 Parent / Teacher Interviews: Wednesday 8th August. 3:30 - 7:30pm

Students with diagnosed intellectual disabilities

Ryde Secondary College has a Special Education Support Unit for students with diagnosed intellectual disabilities. The unit has three classes and is staffed by three full-time teachers and three School Learning Support Officers. The Support Unit can accommodate up to 38 students.

Students complete a rigorous academic program with our Special Education teachers with a focus on life skills literacy and numeracy. Students also access Key Learning Areas such as Technical and Applied Studies, Physical Development, Health and Physical Education and Creative and Performing Arts, and are taught by specialist subject teachers.

Suitable students may be identified to participate in an integration program and attend a mainstream class depending on ability and interest.

For further information please see the NSW Education Department information on Disability and Learning Support.

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