Our School

Student Services

School Psychology Services
  • School Psychologist visits Djidi Djidi Aboriginal school one day per week

  • Our current school psychologist attends most Fridays

  • School Psychologist 2022 – Julieanne Hilbers  

Speech Pathologist

A Speech Pathologist is employed at Djidi Djidi half day every week to assess our students and provide teachers with additional support for students with language disorders.

Speech Pathologist – Leah Scott

Earbus Foundation of WA

Earbus Foundation is a WA-based Children’s charity that works to reduce the incidence of middle ear disease in Aboriginal and at-risk children in our state. The Foundation brings together experts from Education, Health, Culture and Communities.

We believe middle ear disease to be an insidious, underestimated, and under-treated condition that can affect every aspect of early childhood development in Indigenous children and creates lifelong barriers that prevent these children from taking their full and rightful part in Australian society

Earbus assesses and/or reviews Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School Students twice a term.

Volunteer Groups

Hands Up 4 Kids
HANDS UP FOR KIDS exists to support Primary School children improve reading levels by partnering with schools in their endeavours to improve student literacy;  Volunteers provide support to students at Djidi Djidi helping them to become successful, confident and capable readers.

Ed Connect
Ed Connect provide skilled volunteers to provide mentoring or learning support to Djidi Djidi students who might struggle to realise their potential – in school and life. Volunteers are partnered with students to mentor on a 1-1 basis where needed.