The different learning needs of each student are taken into consideration when teachers plan their teaching and learning programs. A variety of assessment tools are used to identify areas where students need further work, or are showing greater learning. Focus groups are created within double classes to help cater for these different learning needs. The members of each group change depending on the needs of the students and the content being covered. This makes the learning programs specifically targeted, and much more effective and relevant.
Teachers at Rowellyn Park Primary School use flexible groups within their classroom, double grade and year level, to ensure that the curriculum is delivered and taught to their students at their point of need.