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Annual Report and Reviews

REVIEW

As part of the compliance requirements set by the WA Department of Education (DoE) for Independent Public Schools, Riverside Education Support Centre underwent a comprehensive internal review process over the past year, involving an in-depth investigation of the school's business plan and capacity to carry out it's stated goals. This process culminated with the visit of a DoE-approved two-person review team visiting the school in December 2019 to confirm we are indeed on the right track. They found Riverside ESC to be an "effective" school.

The subsequent report furnished by DoE recognises the excellent work of the school in the delivery of high quality, well resourced and individual-focused education for our students. It upholds and supports our determination to always strive for best practice by acknowledging the goals we have set for future improvement. The "Improvements" noted by the Review team are but a selection of recommendations put forward by our internal review team for inclusion in the next School Business Plan due to be published early 2020.

The successful review is a tribute to our whole team and we recommend its reading to parents, caregivers and the wider community.

Our next review is scheduled for 2022.

Files for reading and/or downloading:

 SCHOOL REPORT

Each year, the School submits an Annual School Report to DoE. It provides information on the activities and achievements of the school, and is made available for download to our school community by clicking the links below.

2018 School Report (pdf)

2017 School Report (pdf)

What's New

  • School Bus Service Update and 2021 Applications

    School Bus Services (SBS) have commenced planning for the 2021 school year. Please read the following for existing and new applications.

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  • Changing Places 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. Find out more below.

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  • Day for Daniel

    Day for Daniel is Australia's largest day of action to raise awareness for child safety, protection, and harm prevention. Held annually on the last Friday of October, this safety lesson is reinforced by the use of the "Help Me" app which is a mobile phone-based call for assistance in the event a child feels threatened.

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  • Supporting Mandurah's Access and Inclusion Plan Survey

    The City of Mandurah is seeking community input into the development of a revised Access and Inclusion Plan (AIP) 2020-2025. Our school is supporting this activity through the provision of survey information and forms so please take this opportunity to participate. The survey closes September 16.

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