Induna School, South Grafton

Name: Induna School
Type: Secondary School
Address: 57 Swallow Rd
Town: South Grafton
Postcode: 2460
State: New South Wales
Region North Coast
Phone: 6643 0008
Fax: 6643 0020
Pupils: 30

Induna Education and Training Unit (ETU) opened in September 1999 and is situated within Acmena "Juvenile Justice Centre (JJC). A majority of the residents of the Acmena JJC come from the Mid North Coast, North Coast, Far North Coast, New England Tablelands and North West Slopes and Plains regions of NSW. The maximum enrolment is 30 male students aged from 10 to 21 years.

Students at Induna ETU can be enrolled for periods ranging from a few days to one or more years. All students have been sentenced to a period of detention. A common characteristic of the students at the school is a history of negative learning experiences, fractured school attendance multiple suspensions and long periods away from formal education. The school aims to provide quality learning in an abuse free environment.

School staff work closely with Acmena JJC staff to provide a positive learning environment for students and personal success in learning. Programs provide students with opportunities to achieve successful outcomes in academic and vocational education. Each student has an Individual Education and Transition Plan that is developed following initial and ongoing assessment. All students are encouraged to undertake studies towards either a School Certificate, Higher School Certificate or TAFE credential.

Induna ETU operates primariliy during the hours of 9am to 3pm during school terms, however evening and vacation TAFE programs are also provided.


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