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).
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.