36-48 Victoria St, Revesby NSW 2212   More schools in postcode 2212
Phone   9773 1255
Fax       9773 1455

Our school is located at Revesby in South Western Sydney. The student population draws from a wide area south of the harbour. Most students travel to school by special transport provided by the government. Our school caters for students aged 4 years to 18 years with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities, Autism and physical disabilities. Broderick Gillawarna School works collaboratively within the school community to provide a comprehensive individualised education to teach students academic, communication, mobility, living skills, leisure and vocational skills. The programs are designed to enable students to reach their potential and lead a fulfilling life as a member of the community. Unique features of this school include: Personalised Learning Plans - decided upon at a team meeting involving input from teachers, parents and the School Counsellor; A community based learning approach - enables regular local and wider community access to enhance students' life skills; and Key Learning Areas -adapted and modified to meet the learning needs of all students. The Australian Sports Commission Initiative, Active After School Communities, presented our school with the Regional Super Site Award for outstanding excellence in modified physical education activities for 2010. Innovative programs include: Inter-School Bowling Tournaments; community-based cycling and YMCA Gymnastics. This award recognised our best practice in designing programs that are tailored to meet the individual needs and abilities of our students.

School Email broderick-s.school@det.nsw.edu.au  
School Website www.broderick-s.schools.nsw.edu.au  
Type of School Schools for Specific Purposes  
Enrolments 109  
Region South Western Sydney  

Special Needs services offered by this school

  • Students with Moderate or Severe Intellectual Disability

Special Needs

The New South Wales Department of Education and Communities support students with special needs in public schools in a range of ways. This may include support classes for students in regular and special schools. You can also discuss your child's learning needs with the principal of your child's school. For more information about the full range of support services in New South Wales public schools please go to Disability Programs http://www.schools.nsw.edu.au/studentsupport/programs/disability.php

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