A rich and rigorous coeducational education of discovery that respects childhood, builds resilient individuals and celebrates the human spirit.
Referral service for children with mental health concerns, in which the child’s family is viewed as the unit of treatment, with interventions geared towards assisting families with behavioural and relationship difficulties.
The John Berne School exists to fill a gap in the education system: the education of young people who find themselves excluded from mainstream education.The school provides a secure, safe, enriching, and challenging educational environment which gives students in difficulty a second chance, outreaching to their families and wider social networks.
Set on 5 acres of bushland, offers a unique, child-centred democratic education for preschool and primary school children who are encouraged to become flexible thinkers and independent, self-directed learners in a non-competitive environment which respects and nurtures the individuality of its members.
Set on 5 acres of bushland, offers a unique, child-centred democratic education for preschool and primary school children who are encouraged to become flexible thinkers and independent…
Targets ‘local disadvantaged and at-risk youth [15-19 year olds], who fall through the cracks of conventional schooling, through a 12 month meaningful holistic program that incorporates TAFE, life skills, emotional support, employment options with the goal of getting the students back into study or a Year 12 mainstream education.
A vision for a Steiner school in Australia emerged first in the 1930s from a group in Castlecrag founded by the designer of Canberra, architect Walter Burley Griffin and his wife Marion. The group included Eric and May Nicholls, Lute Drummond, Alice Crowther, all of whose names now grace major school buildings.
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s leading service provider for autism and other disabilities. Our specialised, evidence informed schools program is the largest in the world, with additional services that include information and advice, diagnostic assessments, behaviour support, parent and family support, and adult programs.
Provides an alternate educational program for 56 challenging students from Years 7 -12, with a focus on building positive relationships with the community, through hands-on activities, TVET courses etc.
Provides an education for students aged 8 to 18 years, with the majority of students being secondary aged, who have anxiety, special learning needs, mental health problems, and in some cases, autism.