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​Special Education Program (SEP)

Provides support to students with disabilities from Prep to Year 7, their parents/carers and teachers through: 

  • Co-operative planning (Individual Educational Plans (IEPs). 
  • Access to parent/teacher resources. 
  • Alternative Life Skills and Social Skills Programs. 
  • Inclusion of children in the mainstream class according to level of need. 
  • Small group withdrawal in the SEP facilities. 
  • Access to Education Queensland Therapy Services. 

Children are eligible for support in the Special Education Program if they have been diagnosed / verified with an Intellectual Impairment (II), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Speech Language Impairment (SLI), Physically Impairment (PI), Vision Impairment (VI) and/or Hearing Impairment (HI). 

SEP staff

  • Head of Special Education Services: Stacey Day ​
  • SEP teacher: Helen Stewart 
  • Support staff - Teacher aides: Adrienne Watego, Kelly Grant 
  • Transferring from within the State of Queensland:

If your child has been diagnosed as II (Intellectually Impaired), ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder), SLI (Speech Language Impaired), VI (Visually Impaired), HI (Hearing Impaired) and/or PI (Physically Impaired), contact Helen Stewart (Head of Special Education Services) via School administration on (07) 3380 6333.

Moving from interstate:

Contact: Anne O’Leary, PEO-SS (Principal Education Officer - Student Services, South East Region) on (07) 3804 9666.