Our school-based integration program offers students flexible opportunities to participate in school life at a regular, local school.
Junior school students have opportunities to integrate at Dee Why Public school. Sport is often a fabulous chance for our students to develop skills alongside their peers.
The Fisher Road Choir works alongside Wheeler Heights and their choir. Performing together at assemblies and the Pennisula Community of Schools music festival.
Senior classes have been working with Elanora Heights learning ballroom dances with the dynamic dance sports! We thank our local schools for these opportunities.
These integration opportunities allow students to develop and practice relevant, age appropriate skills in a different community settings.
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Fisher Road School is involved in a number of 'reverse' integration programs which involve students from other schools working alongside our students.
Sometimes the community comes to visit us. Students from Shore (Sydney Church of England School) come to our school and work and mix with our students for the morning one day a week throughout the school year.
Students from other schools also spend special days with the students from Fisher Road School such as St Ignatious students and Riverview schools.