Students who need learning support are offered extra help throughout their studies at RGHS:
in class support from our School Learning Support Officer (SLSO)
Fully trained EAL/D teachers
MacqLit Program is a systematic and explicit reading intervention program for low progress readers.
the Counting On program (Numeracy Support)
a peer Reading program
a mandatory Study Skills program for Years 7-12
a mandatory Literacy Program for Years 7-10
a range of in class adjustments i.e personalised learning and support plans
access to Disability Provisions for all exams, including the HSC
the Year 12 Transition Support
RGHS Homework Centre
A free homework centre operates in the school library on Monday and Thursday from 3.30- 5.00. This centre is supervised by volunteer RGHS teachers and university student tutors who are ex-students of RGHS.
The aims of the Homework Centre are to :
provide access to library resources for students after school hours under supervision
provide access to students who do not have computers and /or internet at home
- provide guidance/opportunities to students who have difficulties completing homework at home
We monitor each student's progress and provide additional learning support if this is required.
Our school uses learning programs and specialised staff where needed and we work in partnership with parents and carers to assist students who have special learning needs.