Learning Support Program

At Hampton Park Secondary College, we are committed to providing an inclusive, safe and supportive educational environment.

The Department of Education and Training (the Department) is also committed to delivering an inclusive education system that ensures all students have access to a quality education that meets their diverse needs.  In 2024, the Department are implementing the Disability Inclusion reforms into the south-east region, including Hampton Park Secondary College.  These reforms introduce a tiered funding model for students with a disability.  The disability inclusion profile (DIP) model will provide additional funding for schools to help students with a disability take part in their education on the same basis as their peers.  This model is based on a structured approach to funding which considers the diverse needs of students with a disability and is a strengths-based process to help schools and families identify:

  • the student’s strengths and needs
  • the educational adjustments schools can make to help students with disability.

Students have access to a dedicated team of Learning Support Officers and allied health professionals, ie speech pathologist and psychologists.  The Learning Support Program is overseen by a Leading Teacher:  Inclusive Education; Leading Teacher: Learning Adjustments, Student Services Leader; Speech Pathologist; Inclusive Education Co-ordinator and Learning Support Co-ordinator.  This experienced team ensure students receive an adjusted curriculum, sensitive and tailored to specific individual needs.

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