Moil School has an Intensive English Unit (I.E.U) for students who are newly arrived in Australia and have little or no proficiency in speaking and understanding the English language. 

The students follow the Australian Curriculum and the main focus is on the subject areas of English and Mathematics. The students in the I.E.U. class also attend weekly lessons with our Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Specialist Teacher.

I.E.U. Classes are smaller and are supported by a Teacher and a Home Language Officer. The students generally stay in the I.E.U for up to 12 months. An extra 6 months can be applied if deemed necessary.

Students need to bring food from home: a snack for recess, a small snack for brain food time as well as food for lunch which can be heated in a microwave oven in the classroom by staff.

A bus is provided free of charge for students travelling to and from the IEU. The bus will pick up the student from a bus stop near their home and return them in the afternoon to a designated bus stop near their home. An adult must wait with the child at the bus stop in the morning and be there in the afternoon at pick up time.

After gaining proficiency in English, students move to the school closest to their home to continue their education in a mainstream class. They are also welcome to stay at Moil School for mainstream education however they will no longer be allowed to use the I.E.U. Bus.

Upon enrolment we will need to take a copy of the child’s visa/travel document and their immunisation certificate if available.