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|Andale School is a small independent school for children with language and learning disorders who are not able to learn effectively in the mainstream school setting. Our mission is to develop in each child a level of social and cognitive competence to enab... more|
|By Parent - 09 Nov 2020, Rate: excellent|
|Seems like the review below had a negative experience with Andale which is not the experience of the majority of families that have attended the school. Andale has turned things around for so many children with learning challenges including my son and is a nurturing and supportive community. After a soul crushing experience in mainstream school Andale restored his confidence and set him back on the path to successful learning and enjoying school again.|
This year a new Principal started who has brought with him an infectious amount of enthusiasm, energy and passion to navigate a new era of Andale. Our teachers some new to the school and some who have been there a while are nothing short of dedicated, warm and nurturing which was not always our experience in mainstream school. The school maintains small class sizes so everyone has the individual attention they need and it also means everyone knows everyone.
The new website and Facebook page shows further testimonials from families about how Andale has helped their family make sure you look at those when searching for reviews.
|By Parent - 27 Oct 2020, Rate: excellent|
|The staff at this school should never be allowed near vulnerable children. They are hardened, vicious old crones. I would never ever recommend anyone send any child to this school for any reason.|
|By Parent - 20 Jul 2020, Rate: excellent|
|Andale is a great school, a caring environment for students who need more support than can be provided in a mainstream setting. My son has been at Andale for four years. Prior to starting there it became apparent that the teachers in the mainstream school did not have the time or the specific skills to educate a child with learning difficulties. The small school environment at Andale allows teaching and support staff to fully understand the needs of each child. The students are happy to be there every day, they know each other well, develop genuine friendships and thrive on the varied program. The support from other families is fantastic, we are all there for the same reason and want the best for our child. You don’t feel the ‘odd one out’ when other parents are dealing with similar issues to yourself!|