Warilla High School

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The Foreshore Centre

The Foreshore Centre is the name of Warilla High School's Support Unit. It caters to the educational needs of identified students with a disability. 

The Vision for The Foreshore Centre

We aspire to build and continuall evolve a faculty, in which young people with disabilities thrive academically, develop good physical, mental and emotional health, and gain the skills to live a fulfilling, independent life post-school. 

Children achieve the best educational outcomes when they receive quality teaching with the appropriate support, and are embraced by their school, their peers and their community. 

We are committed to continuously improving the educational experiences and outcomes of all students in the The Foreshore Centre, as well as building a more inclusive system where every student is know, valued and cared for. 

What is Life Skills?

All students are entitled to participate in and progress through the curriculum. Years 7–10 courses based on Life Skills outcomes and content and Years 11–12 Life Skills courses provide options for students with disability who cannot access the regular course outcomes, particularly students with an intellectual disability.

Visit Life Skills for more information.

Our Staff

Visit our Staff page to learn about our teachers.