The Middle Phase of Learning (POL) at Malibu School caters for students from Year 7 to Year 9. The class sizes are dependent on the individual student’s needs. The educational journey that all students encounter is delivered through an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Community based learning is a higher priority as well as onsite work experience to achieve and further skills.
Classroom teachers access the WA Curriculum, P-10 Curriculum, Curriculum Framework, SENAT, PESA English, PESA Mathematics, ASDAN (Transition Challenge) with ABLEWA as a tool for guidance within their everyday teaching and learning practices to ensure they provide the best education for each student in their class.
Students access English, Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences, The Arts, Science, Health and Physical Education, Social Competency, Technology and Enterprise, Community Based Learning and Protective Education across the week, ensuring the teachers are delivering a well-rounded curriculum.
In addition, the staff within the Middle Phase of Learning, work closely with students’ key stakeholders, including families/carers, therapists, Local Area Coordinators (LAC) and other external providers to implement specialised programs and target objectives for the growth of the child. The staff caters for all needs of each child, ensuring therapy plans are implemented during the week.