Kalamunda Secondary Education Support
Kalamunda Secondary Education Support Centre (KSESC) is a dynamic Independent Secondary School specialising in education for students with special needs.
Located in the Kalamunda hills area, on a shared site with Kalamunda Senior High School, we are a school of choice for families local and afar. We have small classroom sizes with a high staff-student ratio. Teachers and Education Assistants are specially trained in educating students with disabilities.
At KSESC we are dedicated to working collaboratively with families to provide an individualised education for each student. Each student has an Individual Education Plan (IEP) which is written in collaboration with parents, carers and other support providers such as therapists. The IEP outlines academic, social and emotional goals and are reported on at the end of each semester.
KSESC has a strong focus on supporting the ‘whole child’ and we balance our curriculum between academic, social and individual learning programs. We have a focus on Literacy and Numeracy with programs developed to meet the differing needs and ability of our students. KSESC also has a specialist sports program with interschool carnivals held each year across the education support school networks in Basketball, Soccer, Cricket and AFL.
Upper school programs have a strong focus in Work Readiness where students can complete certificate courses both on and off campus and may be offered work experience options.
KSESC is a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) school and we place value on recognising positive behaviour within our school community.
This website will give you an insight to the programs we deliver and will give you a sense of what we are about. We are able to take enrolments at any time throughout the year and are able to meet with families for tours and further information. Please contact us to make an appointment.
Gayle has worked in the area of Education Support since 2000, firstly as a special needs education assistant before qualifying as an education support teacher. She has worked in leadership positions across both the corporate and education sectors, including education support centres as well as in mainstream inclusive education programs. She is an Autism, specialist teacher and an Autism OLT tutor for the DOEWA.
Gayle has a UWA Masters Degree in School Leadership and is a graduate of the Women in Leadership program.
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Whilst we are still taking enrolments for the 2021 school year, unfortunately we are not currently taking any more enrolments for Years 7 & 8