At St Pius X we recognise that all children learn at different rates. Through the ongoing monitoring and assessment of students, we are able to implement a range of intervention programs to support the particular needs of the individual.
We believe that all children can learn given enough time and support. This support occurs in many different ways and through a variety of researched and evidenced based programs.
This small group program focuses on developing phonological awareness (sound/letter relationship) as well as oral language development through structured book reading.
The small group program focuses on developing phonological awareness (sound/letter relationship), word fluency, reading and comprehension skills.
Multilit provides an intensive, structured, systematic program of instruction in reading and related skills carried out in a one on one lesson.
ERIK is a small group program that focuses on phonemic awareness as well as developing comprehension skills.
This program is run through a one on one lesson with a half hour session daily for 20 weeks. The program focuses on developing good strategies for reading and writing as well as further development of all letters, sounds, blends.
The program offers intensive learning opportunities for students who are experiencing difficulty in learning mathematics in the early years and beyond.