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Welcome

Riverside Education Support Centre is a centre of excellence for the education and advancement of children with special learning difficulties. Being an Independent Public School conforming to the directions and guidance of the WA Department of Education, we take pride in the achievements of our students, the support and involvement of our community, and the teaching and care offered by our professional education team.

This website has been developed to keep our extended and prospective community members up to date on all aspects of the learning journey at Riverside Education Support Centre. There is all the regular information you will expect to find on a school website - school program, uniform, canteen, buses, contact details and more. In addition, we provide links to community and professional enterprises in the broader community that offer resources, guidance and recreational opportunities for your child.

As a resource for our community, the website is continually evolving and will be enriched by your suggestions and feedback.

You are welcome to make an appointment with me, to discuss your child’s educational requirements and find out first steps toward enriching his or her future.

Jim Douglas, Principal

What's New

  • Latest Newsletter

    Issue 01 2021 is now online. Go to School Newsletter.

  • Research Opportunity

    Outcomes for children and young people using disability services: A survey for carers

    Researchers at Scope, a disability service provider in Victoria, are testing a survey that explores the impact of disability services and supports on children and young people.

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  • School and effective face masks

    Riverside ESC opens for the start of the school year on Monday 8 February. That is great news for parents and carers, our staff and especially for our students. The Department of Education will shortly issue directives to schools about how we need to conduct activities at school over the next week and we will share their advice with you as soon as possible. In the meantime, please note the following.

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  • Changing Places Update (2021 update)

    Mandurah is part of a statewide network of more than 30 Changing Places for peole with disabilities. Our city has three locations. These facilities are also part of a nationwide resource. Organisers have now added a free-to-hire beach wheelchair and beach walker.

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