Smithfield Public School

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Education Programs

Students in the Support Unit at Smithfield Public School are suppoted by a rich, meaningful, differentiated and individualised educational program. Appropriate syllabus outcomes and content are used to create and deliver all learning programs. 

Primary support classes follow the ACARA curriculum, including English, Math, Science and Technology, History/Geography, Creative and Performing Arts, and Personal Development Health and Physical Education.

Early Intervention Unit (EIU) follows the Early Years Learning Framework. The Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) describes the principles, practices and outcomes that support and enhance young children's learning from birth to five years of age, as well as their transition to school. EIU also use the Every Student, Every School program. 

A Personalised Learning and Support Plan (PLaSP) is developed for every student in the support unit. These are developed in consultation with parents, carers and other specialists involved with your child. Long term and short term goals are created in the areas of literacy, numeracy, communication and social skills. These goals are linked to relavent syllabus outcomes and are evaluated regularly to ensure students' are progressing through their individualised curriculum.

Students from the Support Unit are also provided with opportunities to intergrate with mainstream students throughout the year. Based on needs and readiness classess can participate in mainstream sport, library and whole stage group curriculum. Individual integration is also available based on students readiness and abilities.