Prep lays the educational foundations for all students to attain the skills required for success in later schooling. These skills include knowledge and application of language, early literacy and numeracy, sense of self, skills for relating to others and knowledge of the immediate world.
The department supports the rights of all students to participation, access and achievement of educational outcomes and Prep programs offer rich opportunities for differentiated learning experiences to support all students.
There are a range of Prep options for students with disabilities depending on their educational support needs. Students with disabilities who are of Prep eligible age will be included in local Prep classes wherever possible.
School leaders monitor the effectiveness of the school's Prep program and ensure that all students have access to a well-planned, developmentally appropriate, balanced educational program. This includes access to targeted programs and resources to scaffold and extend the range of student's learning.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about students with disabilities in Prep.
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This page was last reviewed on 16 Jul 2012