Parents say the Rockingham Beach Education Support Centre is “the best option” for any child with an identified disability, such as intellectual disability or autism spectrum disorder, and who has high educational needs. They say they love how we offer each child a unique path from kindy through to Year 6 (aged 4 to 11) to help them reach their maximum potential.There are three reasons we can do this:
By taking a student-oriented approach, our special educators can respond with the best strategies to help your child develop academically, socially and emotionally.
At our Education Support Centre, every child matters. As such, our small classrooms allow for them to receive one-to-one attention in a safe and nurturing environment.
Bailey Arnett (Year 2), Riley Moses (Year 3), principal Margaret Keen, Chelsea Finnigan (Year 3) and Jaxon Lunny (Year 4). September 14th, 2017, 01:00AM Written by Vanessa Schmitt ROCKINGHAM Beach Education Support Centre is a finalist in the WA Education Awards. The school is vying for the title of WA Primary School of the Year. [Read more…]
Many thanks to the parents who attended the P&C AGM in February. The meeting was very important as the P&C needed to elect the executive committee to continue operating. I welcome the new and returning members to the P&C and wish you all the best for this year. With the imminent change in operation of [Read more…]