Some of our resources now available for educational use:

Latest Additions to Website:

I Feel Sick - Reading/Health Powerpoint

A powerpoint for teaching: health recognition.

This powerpoint focuses on teaching children to tell an adult when they feel sick and to define the sickness to specific types of feelings.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Health
  • Health management for kids
  • Student wellbeing
  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Sometimes I am Sore - Reading/Health Powerpoint

A two part series in powerpoint for teaching: pain recognition.

This powerpoint also introduces the concept of pain affecting a person's feelings.

Chapter 2 focuses on teaching children to tell an adult when they feel sore and to point to where on their body the pain is.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Health
  • Pain management for kids
  • Student wellbeing
  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Barry goes shopping - Reading/Social Sciences Powerpoint

A powerpoint for teaching: shopping.

This powerpoint also introduces the use of money to purchase a food item.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Hello - Reading/Science Powerpoint

A powerpoint teaching the greeting: hello.

This powerpoint also introduces a variety of different animals and their animal sounds.

This powerpoint can be personalised to a specific class or students by adding their photos.

Includes an audio narration of the story text.

Suggested uses:

  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Up - Reading/Science Powerpoint

A powerpoint teaching the preposition: up.

Suggested uses:

  • Shared reading
  • Guided reading
  • Individual reading

Format:

  • .pptx (Powerpoint)

Principal's Letter to Parents 2015-07-16

Arahunga Outreach Service

The Arahunga Outreach Service supports the education of ORS funded students within regular schools.

Our Specialist Teachers support classroom teachers in those regular schools in the areas of Professional Practice, Teaching and Learning and Inclusive Education.

Click here to view the brochure about how the Arahunga Outreach Service works.

Principal's Letter to Parents of Students in Satellite at Cullinane College 2015-06-18

Principal's Letter to Parents 2015-06-18

Arahunga Satellite Classes

Students on our school roll learn in our satellite classes which are based at local host schools. These classes allow our students to be part of the local school community while still receiving the specialist teaching and resourcing which Arahunga Special School provides. Students who are passed school age attend our Transition to Work class, where they learn the essential skills for transferring from school to life and work after school.

We have satellite classes at the following host schools:

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