Learning Enhancement Unit

Leading the way for learners of all abilities, St Paul’s Collegiate School offers a range of academic programmes. Young people from all backgrounds, ethnicities and learning abilities are provided with the necessary tools to get the best from their education through St Paul’s Learning Enhancement Unit (LEU).

The LEU department comprises teacher aides, reader-writers, and learning support staff, ensuring all young people attending St Paul’s are encouraged to maximise their learning potential.

The LEU team assists students with specific learning needs and priority learners. A range of programmes is offered, including academic mentoring, learning and support and goal-setting. In addition, a supportive space and quiet areas are available.

Heading the programme is the Director of Priority Learners, who oversees management of teacher aides, organises the curriculum and facilitates Individual Education Plans with parents, agencies, and staff.

Due to small class sizes and a talented team of teacher aides, students continue to have success at St Paul’s where learning support is acceptable and stigmas around differences in learning is removed.