The educational journey that all students encounter is delivered through an Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Classroom teachers access the Western Australian Curriculum, Curriculum Framework and ABLEWA within their everyday teaching and learning practices to ensure they provide the best education for each student in their class.

Students access English, Mathematics, Humanities and Social Sciences, The Arts, Science, Health and Physical Education, Social Competency and Technologies across the week, ensuring the teachers are delivering a well-rounded curriculum in a ‘hands on’ practical way.

In addition, the staff within the Primary Phase of Learning work closely with students’ key stakeholders, including families/carers, therapists, and other external providers to implement specialised programs and target objectives for the growth of the child. The staff cater for all needs of each child, ensuring aspects of individual therapy plans are implemented during the week.

The MESC primary campus follows the same school day timetable as co-located Manjimup Primary School allowing for integration at break and lunch times.

Other Learning


A variety of short-duration and one-off activities complement the learning framework at Manjimup ESC. This includes services of Fishability via their Busselton Jetty School Program, tailored specifically for Education Support Centres to enable students to experience recreational fishing in a safe environment. The school also participates in Bunbury’s Rotary Sail into Life program which aims to provide everyone with the opportunity to experience the joy and freedom of sailing, regardless of their abilities. Students at MESC have partnered with Imperials Football club and Manjimup’s Lions Club to organise cans and bottle as part of the Containers for Change initiative.

Students in Year 1-7 attend swimming lessons at the Manjimup’s Aquatic Centre every year.