Woodbury is an independent school for children in years K-6 with a primary diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Woodbury utilises the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis to develop a comprehensive and highly individualised curriculum for each of our students.
Woodbury aims to provide students with the necessary learning skills to lead a happy and independent life.
Our goal is for all our students to participate in less restrictive settings:
In the form of transitioning to a support class or unit within a mainstream school
In the form of community participation and increased independence.
To achieve this we provide a variety of different class structures focusing on the teaching of individual skills and systematic fading of staffing ratios.
Our classes cover:
High support needs – where students are provided a higher staff-to-student ratio allowing for more one-to-one instruction and greater support within a group setting
Low support needs – where the staff-to-student ratio is lower in readiness for the transition to a new school environment.