• Flexible Learning Options

    The FLO student enrolment strategy aims to assist schools and the wider community in supporting successful engagement and retention of young people aged 13-21,  identified as disengaged from a mainstream secondary school based learning program.

    A FLO enrolment involves:

    ·         flexible resources to the school of enrolment

    ·         appropriate school and/or community based flexible learning programs

    ·         a school managed Flexible Learning and Transition Portfolio, and

    ·         provision of individual professional case management for 52 weeks of the year


    FLO case management supports FLO students and families to address barriers to engagement and to assist young people to re-engage with learning and successfully return to school, or move to further education, training or employment. Students enrolled in FLO remain the responsibility of the school at which they are enrolled. However, their learning program may take place in a variety of school and community settings. FLO case managers work with students to identify individualised learning pathways which reflect the student’s skills, interest and aspirations. Learning pathways may include fulltime/part-time school, vocational courses through TAFE SA or registered training organisations (RTO’s), access to learning through Flexible Learning Centres or community-based program providers, volunteering and structured work placement. The long term goal for all FLO students is to achieve their South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) or equivalent and make a successful transition to further education and or employment.

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