Student Support Services

Rose Park Primary School is committed to providing a safe, inclusive and supportive environment where all members of our school community are welcomed, accepted and treated equitably and with respect.

The Department for Education (DfE) provides a range of professional support services which the school accesses for diagnostic and professional advice. These include:

• Speech
• Behaviour
• Psychology
• Disability Support
• Hearing and Vision
• Attendance and Engagement

This involves a referral, observation and consultation about how best to support the students and is managed by classroom teachers and the Senior Leader: Student Services and Wellbeing. This process is in close collaboration with Support Services, teachers and families.


Special Education Resource Unit (SERU)

The Special Education Resource Unit is a corporate unit of the Department for Education, within the directorate of Disability Policy and Programs.
We are a statewide service providing support to parents/carers and Department personnel to enhance the learning outcomes of children and students with disability and learning difficulty.

Core services provided by SERU include:

• Specialised teaching and learning resource collection
• Specialist advice and support ie. learning difficulty, inclusive technology
• Early Intervention Service Deaf/Hard of Hearing
• Conductive Education Service
• Access equipment
• Assistive technologies
• Classroom amplification/acoustic equipment.