Support offered by our Special Education Program is individualised and developed for students with a disability who have been verified by Education Queensland through the Education Adjustment Program process. Support options are both school and community based and aim to foster every student’s equality and participation in all aspects of the learning community.
Support is predominantly based on Inclusive Education, where a range of strategies are available to staff and parents to support the diverse needs of individual students.
Students are also offered programs on a needs basis in social skilling, life skills, oral language, gross and fine motor, as well as any additional support required in numeracy and literacy.
Programs focus on balancing both education and social participation. Formal and informal meetings with parents to discuss these programs help the transfer of goals between home and school environments.
Advisory Visiting Teachers and Therapy Services
As well as the specialists on campus, we are also supported by Advisory Visiting Teachers and Therapy Services who offer additional advice on:
- Intellectual Impairment
- Hearing Impairment
- Physical Impairment
- Visual Impairment
- Speech Language Impairment
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder