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    Kaye Perry

    A message from our Principal

    Aspect Treetop School is proud to be the only autism-specific education program for students from Reception to Year 10 in Adelaide. We understand the uniqueness of every child, value their individual strengths, interests and aspirations and we celebrate the ‘different brilliant’ of every child.

    Success in our school is a partnership between our students, staff and families. Embracing each student’s individuality and engaging them through their special interests makes our teaching unique and very rewarding. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff which comprises both teaching and non-teaching staff and a learning support team of a psychologist, speech pathologist and occupational therapist are committed to ensuring our students achieve their potential in a safe and rewarding learning environment.

    We offer small class sizes with a ratio of six students to two educators, allowing staff to individualise the learning approach for each student. Accommodations are provided for each student’s unique learning needs and differences are respected, understood and embraced. We offer quality teaching through the unique combination of the Aspect Comprehensive Approach (ACA) and the Australian Curriculum. This approach provides students with many opportunities to experience a variety of programs and activities to enhance their learning. The Five Point Star is a person-centred framework and is at the centre of the ACA. It is through the Five Point Star that staff develop a comprehensive and positive understanding of each student they support.

    As Principal, I have an expectation that quality programs are delivered which have a positive impact on each student in our care. Our priority is providing quality programs customised to develop each student’s speech and learning abilities, social and emotional learning, and promote engagement in each of the curriculum learning areas. Our purpose-built gym, cooking facilities and community participation allows our students to generalise skills learnt in the classroom and promotes independence.

    I encourage you to call our school and find out more about the autism-specific programs our terrific Treetop team delivers and the positive impact our program can have for your child. We look forward to hearing from you and will gladly answer any of your questions.

    Kaye Perry
    Principal, Aspect Treetop School

    Enrolment and Fees

    Enrolment & Fees

    Enrolling into an Aspect School is easy. See here for information on the process and our School fees and costs.

    Enrolment Information Sessions

    Enrolment Information Sessions are held regularly throughout the year. The Information Session is for families who want to know more about our education program and the enrolment process. For the schedule of information sessions, please contact the school on:

    ARCAP Webinar web

    Fact sheets

    We've put together some great fact sheets. Check them out to learn more about autism, Aspect and supports.
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    Student and teacher smiling for the camera in the playground
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    Student using the new gym equipment at Aspect Treetop School
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    Learning in the classroom
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    Students using the sensory space
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    Student using the rockclimbing wall at Aspect Treetop School
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