About Us - Annual Report

Annual Report

Adelaide East Education Centre (AEEC) is a Department of Education and Child Development (DECD) Secondary School facility catering for students with special educational needs. Student enrollment in 2017 was 61 with an anticipated enrollment of 56 in 2018. Class sizes average 8 students with a minimum of one school service officer (SSO) in each class. AEEC provides a broad practical curriculum, integrating community partnership activities and is responsive to individual student and parent/family needs. All students are provided with Negotiated Education Plans (NEP’s) reviewed annually. Programming is differentiated and individualised to accommodate special needs and incorporates relational learning and group work. Successful learning outcomes for all students are achieved through authentic, student centred learning opportunities and a range of teaching methodologies including hands on, concrete and multimedia. AEEC aims to provide all students with learning that enables them to achieve their full potential. We believe in providing a comprehensive education and promoting wellbeing for students to achieve quality of life. Fundamentally, this school aims to provide an environment which is safe, inclusive and socially just, empowering, conducive to student learning and encourages students to develop responsibility for their behaviour.

2018 Highlights

  • City Based Transport Training and Community Familiarisation program - helping young people develop independence and confidence in the community.
  • Cafe Program - Students have been completing a Certificate II Hospitality - developing skills in food technology, cooking and service skills. Students have enjoyed inviting the public including carers and parents to dine and enjoy their cuisine.
  • Horticulture Certificate II program was introduced - an industry linked STEM program to promote post school options.
  • Negotiated Education Plan night - parents/carers, students and staff planned agreed goals for the year.
  • Community Access programs, Athletics Carnival, World Cup Soccer, Bike Riding and Ladies of Variety events.
  • Child Protection Curriculum; addressing sexuality, relationships, making informed choices and decisions regarding health, safety and wellbeing of self and others.
  • Bike riding on Fridays including long Bike Rides once a term.
  • Work place experience at Bedford Industries and Product Action.

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2018 Annual Report