Individual Education Plans & Individual Transition Plans
An Individual Education Plan (IEP) in Years 7, 8 and 9 and Individual Transition Plan (ITP) in Years 10 to 13 addresses the individualised needs of the students. An IEP/ITP specifically outlines the most important education and vocational outcomes to help meet the students’ needs. As such, the IEP/ITP can include goals related to the emotional, behavioural, physical and sensory needs of each student.
Parents/Caregivers are invited to meet with the classroom teacher to share information and set priority goals for the student. These goals are measurable and reviewed within the semester.
Students’ progress towards IEP/ITP priorities are monitored, reviewed and reflected upon regularly as part of good classroom practice. The student’s IEP/ITP is formally reviewed with parents/caregivers twice per year and students are issued with an end of semester report.