Post-School Pathways


Options and Opportunities

 

Our students have access to many options and opportunities in their post-school pathway. They can engage in multiple services to meet their individual goals, needs and interests. The options include:

 

1 Day Support

  • Day services
  • Individualised community supports

 

2 Education and Training

  • Foundation courses and training designed for people with a disability
  • Apprenticeship and Traineeship
  • Adult education
  • University, TAFE and Registered Training Organisations

 

3 Employment

  • Open Employment
  • Supported Employment (ADE)
  • Transition to employment (TTE)

 

4 Volunteering

 

We have partnerships with organisations to provide services for post-school pathways. We had many students engaged and found success in the services provided by the following organisations.

  • Marriott Services
  • Outlook
  • The Bridge
  • Access

 

 

Pathway Planning

 

We understand that the final year of secondary schooling and planning for post-school can be an overwhelming and challenging experience for many students and families. We are committed to working with students and families to navigate and coordinate pathway planning.

 

We have a dedicated team of staff, who are highly experienced in administering pathway planning for young people with a disability. In Year 12, students and families will be invited to a succession of meetings with their teacher to discuss and plan their post-school pathway.

 

Years 11 and 12 students undertake the VCAL Foundation Program to develop their skills and knowledge for their post-school pathway. Within the program, students will visit organisations to explore their post-school options and to support transition into a new environment.

 

 

Careers and Community Expo

 

Every year, we are proud to host a Careers and Community Expo. This is an invaluable opportunity for families and students of all ages to attend and explore options in their community for their post-school pathway.

It is never too early to consider a post-school pathway. We encourage students and families to begin the process of finding information, engaging in discussion and reflecting on their future goals to support pathway planning and transition into post-school services.

 

We welcome and continue to seek new partnership with organisations to provide more options and services to meet our students’ diverse goals, needs and interests in their post-school pathway. We invite you to contact our Senior School Leader, Christopher Goaley to discuss opportunities. 

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