What we do
Salisbury provides quality education and life skills programmes for female students with intellectual impairment who are not achieving in their current educational setting and who also may be disengaged from education.
At Salisbury we use the Key Competencies which are part of the New Zealand Curriculum to develop the potential in each student so they will be able to:
- achieve to the best of their ability, achieving success in learning and life skills attainment (managing self, thinking, participating and contributing)
- be team players (participating and contributing, relating to others)
- be good problem solvers and sound decision makers (thinking)
- investigate (thinking, using language, symbols and text managing self, participating and contributing)
- communicate effectively (using language, symbols and text, thinking, relating to others, participating and contributing)
Click here to see answers to frequently asked questions and parent and student feed back on Salisbury.