MacKillop Education Services Geelong

MacKillop Education Services Geelong provides education programs for young people, aged from five to 18 years, who are disengaged or at risk of disengaging from education.

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Our services are aimed at young people who:

  • are disengaged or at risk of disengaging from mainstream education
  • have been identified as having special needs
  • have been identified as having challenging behaviour
  • have a social/emotional disability
  • are involved with child protection and/or mental health services.

MacKillop Education Services Geelong can provide:

  • targeted programs in a specialist school setting
  • a flexible learning environment
  • individualised education plans
  • a high teacher to student ratio
  • aspirational learning programs
  • social and emotional learning
  • wellbeing support (including counselling)
  • supportive partnerships with families and/or carers
  • referrals to and collaborations with external support services
  • assessments (cognitive, psychological, social).

For further information please call (03) 5248 2557 or email educationservices@mackillop.org.au.

 

Contacts

  • MacKillop Education Services Geelong(03) 5248 255725-33 Oxford Street Whittington VIC 3219
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