Croxton School undertook and successfully completed a pilot of this project in 2014 – 2015.
An Action Team of both school and community sector organisations continue to meet and work together on a range of actions to help improve outcomes for young people with a disability into open employment, further education and training. The ongoing development of a parental and family engagement strategy is included as part of this work.
Some of the projects developments include:
Work Placement Opportunities
Darebin City Council and Moreland City Council continue to work with the school and provide work placement opportunities for students from the school. This aligns to the students curriculum framework requirements. To read about the work placements at Darebin City Council featured in the February/March 2016 edition of Darebin Community New, click here.
Action Team continuation
The Croxton School Action Team continue to meet once a school term to further develop the partnerships.
|Beverley Fegan||Principal||Croxton School|
|Michael Sertori||Assistant Principal||Croxton School|
|Connie Skliros||VCAL Coordinator||Croxton School|
|Luke Ferns||VCAL/Work Placement Coordinator||Croxton School|
|John Candusso||Life Skills (PALS)||Croxton School|
|Anne Lao||Teacher – Senior School||Croxton School|
|Michael Barca||Life Skills (PALS)/Gardening||Croxton School|
|Jackie Mansourian||Community Renewal Officer – Education Portfolio||Darebin City Council|
|Barry Hahn||Manager – Social Policy and Early Years||Moreland City Council|
|Catherine O' Farrell||Registered Training & Work Education Manager||Northern Support Services|
|Joanne Mikhail||Business Development Coodinator||AGA Group Australia|
|Meri Ivanovska||Manager – CTS||INLLEN|