Parent Portal

The school’s parent portal is the online website that allows parents access to the school’s files. There you will be able to see the information and reports we hold for your child.

If we already have your email address, you should have been emailed your username and passwords.

To access the Parent Portal please click here

We advise that you copy (ctrl c) and paste (ctrl v) your passwords into the respective boxes to avoid typing errors.

 

What we provide

Conductive Education works with other community services based on the needs of the child

Our Early Intervention
Service offers

  • General Movements Assessment:
  • > Specialised assessment birth – 6 months of age
  • General Assessment for Service:
  • > Prerequisite for access to service
  • > Continued assessment and feedback to family throughout attendance
  • Early Arrivals (birth – 24 months)
  • Group Conductive Education Sessions (18 months – 6 years)
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Speech & Language Therapy
  • Hand Function Programme
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Assistive Technology for Communication
  • KidsGym1:2 – an afterschool programme for 5 – 12 years of age, GMFCS I-II, not receiving ORS or ACC  support
  • Individual Learning Plans
  • Resources and Equipment
  • Multi Sensory Room
  • Transition and support to community Early Childhood Education:
  • > ESW for children with high needs
  • > Early Childhood Centre visits
  • Supported Transition to School:
  • > ORS / SHH Applications
  • Family Support and Advocacy
  • Referrals to, and information regarding funding and community services

General Movements Assessment

Infants up to 3 months of age born prematurely, of low birth weight, have undergone a difficult birth, or require medical intervention due to an infection at birth, can be assessed using this assessment tool. The General Movements Assessment approach is widely used in Europe and Australia to signal a need for further observation and possible intervention.

Early Arrivals

Individual sessions specifically for infants, birth to 24 months. These sessions provide direct intervention programmes for infant support, and guidance for parents/support people. Sessions by agreement and based on staff caseload.

Early Arrivals is a service developed to support infants who demonstrate a delay in achieving developmental milestones, therefore indicating a need for early intervention. These 1:1 individual sessions support the development of healthy movement habits as well as providing support to the parent/family.

Parent and Child Groups

Children attend with and learn alongside their parent, family member or carer.

Sessions begin at two hours, once per week. This Group programme is supported by the Early Childhood Education curriculum.

Kindy/Pre-school Classes

Children are supported by Conductive Education Staff, with continued parent input. Sessions may be scheduled for single or multiple days, up to five hours per day, based on child’s needs, age, and family circumstances. This Group programme is supported by the Early Childhood Education curriculum.

Our Pre-School classes focus on skills to support the transition to school. Early numeracy, literacy, pre-writing skills, routine, and self-care skills are incorporated into topics to extend children’s awareness of the world around them. It is a very beneficial learning environment for children with mild to moderate needs who may have missed earlier intervention and are lagging behind in achieving developmental milestones.

Hydro – therapy Sessions

Sessions are scheduled for one morning per week, individual or small groups. These sessions are seasonal, and are not usually run during the mid-winter term.

Specialised Group Sessions

Numbers permitting, we welcome groups specific to a developmental need:

  • Premature babies and parents for earliest intervention, advice, and support.
  • Children diagnosed with Spina Bifida.

Individual Sessions

Individual Sessions by arrangement for children over 24 months, alternate from Early Arrivals, inclusive of Hand Function Assessment and Therapy Programme

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Kindy/Pre-school Classes

Children are supported by Conductive Education Staff, with continued parent input. Sessions may be scheduled for single or multiple days, up to five hours per day, based on child’s needs, age and family circumstances. This Group programme is supported by the Early Childhood Education curriculum.

Our Pre-School classes focus on skills to support the transition to school. Early numeracy, literacy, pre-writing skills, routine and self-care skills are incorporated into topics to extend children’s awareness of the world around them. It is a very beneficial learning environment for children with mild to moderate needs who may have missed earlier intervention and are lagging behind in achieving developmental milestones.

Early Arrivals

Individual sessions specifically for infants, birth to 24 months. Provide direct intervention programme for infant, support and guidance for parent/support person. Sessions by agreement and based on staff caseload.

Early Arrivals is aservice developed to support infants who demonstrate a delay in achieving developmental milestones, therefore indicating a need for early intervention. These 1:1 individual sessions support the development of healthy movement habits as well as providing support to the parent/family.

General Movements Assessment

Infants up to 3 months of age born prematurely, of low birth weight, having experienced a difficult birth, or requiring medical intervention due to an infection at birth can be assessed using this assessment tool. The General Movements Assessment approach is widely used in Europe and Australia to signal a need for further observation and possible intervention.

Parent and Child Groups

Children attend with and learn alongside their parent, family member or carer.

Sessions begin at 2 hours, once per week. This Group programme is supported under Early Childhood Education curriculum.

Hydro – therapy Sessions

Sessions are scheduled for one morning per week, individual or small groups. These session iare seasonal, and are not usually run during the mid-winter term.

Specialised Group Sessions

Numbers permitting, we welcome groups specific to a developmental need:

  • Premature babies and parents for earliest intervention, advice and support
  • Children diagnosed with Spina Bifida

Individual Sessions

By arrangement.

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Specialist Early Intervention (Education)

Our qualified Early Intervention Teachers (EIT) support families to make a choice in Early Childhood Education (ECE) . Many children attending our centre also attend an ECE Centre in the community. For children with very high needs, ECE may be a step previously not considered. Based on needs and funding, some children may also have an additional support person allocated to support learning in this additional environment – this is an Education Support Worker.

Our team shares knowledge and goals with staff in community ECE to help the child to achieve in all settings. Our EIT aims to build supportive relationships with each community ECE Centre to ensure they feel well supported, gaining additional knowledge to help your child to be included in all learning activities.

Families are provided with detailed information, support and guidance to assist in choosing the most appropriate Primary Education environment for their child. Our Early Intervention Teacher will visit schools alongside the family, to introduce you to the options available, to teaching and specialist staff, helping families to learn about support in Primary Education. Our staff will share information about funding that may be appropriate to support your child’s access to learning and make appropriate applications.

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