Welcome to Our Learning Centre
Hello and welcome!
Beafield Education Centre operates within the spirit of inclusive practice - recognising the potential for growth for every student and creating the learning conditions to support their incremental growth in all aspects of their learning.
We create restorative opportunities to work in partnership with carers, families, school staff and Department for Education and outside agencies to creatively design personalised intervention that offers the best opportunities for all students to succeed against clearly identified learning and behaviour goals, supporting their re-inclusion back to their enrolled school.
We are preoccupied with applying quality interventions based on current research, ensuring that our interactions with students and the development of learning programs are authentic, solution focussed, intentional and restorative.
Success looks different for every student and as such, is celebrated regardless how big or small it is. We recognise and build on students’ strengths, so outcomes in the areas of personal and social capabilities and in key curriculum areas are achieved.
I look forward to meeting with you and your student and warmly welcome you to our Beafield Education Centre community.
Our Latest News
1st September 2017
Trauma Informed Practice
Beafield Education Centre was presented with a unique opportunity to showcase some examples in the way we have embedded trauma informed strategies and practices in our programs. This short clip was presented at the Department for Education Inaugural Trauma Informed Practice in Education Conference, 2017.
Beafield Education Centre leadership recently attended the Berry Street Education Model training in Melbourne. This training has affirmed our current practice as well as presenting an opportunity for us to sharpen our interventions to better support vulnerable youth affected by trauma.
31st March 2017
Beafield Education Centre staff have updated their Restorative Practice training and engaged in robust conversation and planning in translating this framework of practice into our setting whilst adopting strength based approaches.
9th May, 2017
Have your heard about the 5 simple steps of Emotional Coaching used for students who become emotional?
Our Beafield Education Centre staff are using John
Gottman's research to guide our practice when students struggle to emotionally regulate. Gottman's research discovered that students who received Emotional Coaching were on an entirely different developmental trajectory and who later became 'emotionally intelligent people'