The role of the resource teacher is to facilitate and support effective educational programming for all learners through advocacy, management, and communication within the school. The resource teacher assists and supports classroom teachers and others who work with students to develop and improve programming, to recognize student’s strengths and to develop teaching strategies that promote growth in student learning.
Lord Wolseley has access to the following clinical and support personell:
- Social Worker
- Speech Language Pathologist
- Reading Clinician
- Occupational Therapist
- Physcial Therapist
- Inclusion Specialists
Reading Recovery™ is an intervention designed to provide individual reading and writing support to identified Grade 1 students. Children in Reading Recovery™ are provided with structured individual lessons for 30 minutes each day for up to 20 weeks.
Early Numeracy Intervention Program
The Early Numeracy Intervention Program (ENIP)is designed specifically for kindergarten and Grade 1 students.All students in kindergarten and Grade 1 are involved in a numeracy assessment at the beginning of the year and again at the end of the year. A numeracy intervention facilitator works with students individually and in small groups, playing games and other activities to target and support the development of specific number skills and concepts.