Ulladulla High School has a well-resourced Support Unit featuring:
- two creative learning centres
- eight support classes
- an off-site tutorial centre
- a support teacher for students with hearing and vision impairment
- School Learning Support Officers.
- The support classes cater to students with diagnosed intellectual disabilities.
- The creative learning centres assist students with diagnosed behavioural and/or emotional issues.
- The tutorial centre is an off-site resource for mainstream students who are experiencing short term difficulties with behaviour, attendance and/or learning issues.
School Learning Support Officers
- Students with special needs involved in support classes, mainstream classes and work experience are supported by a team of eight full time learning support officers.
Individual education plans (IEP'S)
- All students with special education needs integrate into mainstream subjects where possible and have access to a full school curriculum offers.
- Each student's Individual education plan is developed in conjunction with parents and carers in order to facilitate academic, sporting and social success.
Vocational skills and the school to work transition
- A high priority is placed on developing vocational skills and creating partnerships with external organisations so that our students successfully transition from school into work or further education.
- Students are encouraged to participate in school based work experiences in Year 7 and 8 and community based work experiences from year 9.
- School based enterprise activities, such as the Spotted Frog Café and Trev's Greek Garden provide another opportunity to develop additional employment related skills.