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Primary, secondary and special schools

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State education is provided by the Department of Education (DoE), as a publicly-funded service available to all children in Queensland.

There are a range of facilities:

  • early childhood development programs (ECDP)
  • primary schools, secondary schools, and P-10/12 schools
  • special schools
  • hospital schools
  • schools of distance education
  • centres for continuing secondary education
  • outdoor and environmental education centres
  • Queensland Academies.

Listed below are the answers to some commonly asked questions that parents and carers have about Queensland state schools. More information is available for parents and carers, including resources and directories.

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What support does my child get if they have a disability or learning difficulty?

The department is committed to providing all Queensland students with access to a quality education, including students with disability or a learning difficulty.

More information is available for support for students with learning difficulties.

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Last updated 12 February 2021