St Rita’s is a Catholic community built on Knowledge, Truth and Love where our students come each day to Know More, Do More and Be More.
Our practices at St Rita’s have been developed in line with our Vision Statement for Student Support at St Rita’s and Brisbane Catholic Education Learning and Teaching Framework.
At St Rita’s we have many qualified members of our team to support students, parents and teachers in learning and teaching.
Support Teachers, Inclusive Education
In line with our Vision for Learning and Teaching and Brisbane Catholic Education Support Guidelines we follow the Concern for a Learner Process. The Student Action Planning Tool is used in collaboration with teachers when planning for a student for whom they have a concern. This is the referral document used by teachers for learning support and guidance services.
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The Student Support Team work in close collaboration with the School Wide Positive Behaviour Scheme. Many of the programs and strategies and used within the St Rita’s community are supported by and the Student Support Team. These programs and procedure are often put into place after the Concern for a Learner process is followed. Click here for more information on the School Wide Positive Behaviour.
In alignment with the Gifted Education Position Statement: Catholic Education Archdiocese of Brisbane, (insert link) we support Francoys Gagne’s (2008) Differentiated Model of Giftedness (DMGT) which states that:
We also acknowledge Dr Cathie Harrison’s definition (2003) of the gifted child as being one:
At St Rita’s we are committed to ensuring that all students are provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential by offering curriculum modification within the areas of Content, Process, Product and Environmental Modifications. See Extension Opportunities for further information.