If you can’t make it to our Information morning on 8th June, you can see how an LDC works by clicking the ‘Information Session’ link to the right.

South East Language Development Centre is a Western Australian Department of Education school. We provide a full time supportive educational placement for children from Kindergarten to Year 3 whose primary diagnosis is a developmental language disorder. Enrolment is through a referral process. More information on this process can be found here and frequently asked questions here. Our Centre has an enrolment of 250 students whose academic and social performance is seriously limited by disordered language. We cater for students from the South Metropolitan Education Region. We are located over three campuses at Cloverdale, Maddington and Armadale. We share facilities with local primary schools enabling children from the Centre to integrate with mainstream primary school children for play, sporting events, assemblies and other activities. Our Language Centre is staffed by experienced and trained teachers, speech pathologists and education assistants who are committed to improving outcomes for the children in our care. There is a high level of staff professional learning and collaboration to provide an intensive language and academic program that meets the specific needs of each student. The centre enjoys strong community support through an active P&C and School Board. Our priority is to achieve the best possible outcomes for each of our students.