In2School Program

Supporting school attendance

In2School works with students (aged 10-15) who are experiencing severe difficulties attending school and who are referred by their Royal Children’s Hospital Mental Health Case Manager. It is an intensive small group program that creates opportunities for positive student experiences, building the skills and connections that support full time school attendance. 

 

In2School offers a ‘wraparound’ model that includes a classroom program, therapeutic intervention, parent/carers sessions and transition support. Students are supported by a small team of teachers and clinicians who work closely with the young person, their family and their school to support them to work towards their goals. 

 

The program is a research partnership between Travancore School, The Royal Children’s Hospital and the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (University of Melbourne).

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NAIDOC Week 2021

Timetable & Lesson
Descriptions

Purpose

  • Our purpose is to create a safe, engaging and positive learning space that provides opportunities for students to build their skills and connections that support their transition to full time school attendance.

 

We strive to

  • Create positive experiences of education.

 

  • Support students to share their voice.

  • Work collaboratively families and schools.

  • Understand student needs and support meaningful goal-setting.

  • Develop student stamina, self-regulation and resilience.

 

  • Support students; social communication and connections with peers. 

  • Develop individualised supports.

  • Support students' transition to school.​

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Meet the  team

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Karen (She/Her)

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Nat (She/Her)

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Bec Gibb (She/Her)

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