Queensland state schools are committed to providing all students with access to high quality learning, focused on their individual needs, at their local school.
Every student with disability succeeding plan (PDF, 3.0MB) sets us on a journey to lift learning outcomes, so that every student with a disability is succeeding, and every school is supported to achieve excellence. It supports the
Every Student Succeeding—State School Strategy 2018–2022 (PDF, 408KB) and its goals to improve the participation and achievement of students with disability.
Our plan provides clear direction, guidance and support to our school leaders to:
- make sure students with disability are included and welcomed at their state school
- engage with parents and families as partners in their child's education
- ensure teachers have the support and training they need
- work to reduce the use of planned restrictive practices.
We will measure our success by:
- improving the A–E performance for students with disability
- increasing the proportion of students with disability receiving a Queensland Certificate of Education
- decreasing the proportion of students with disability receiving a school disciplinary absence
- reducing the number of students with disability not attending a full-time program.
What we know
Every student with disability has the right to attend their local school.
All state schools understand their obligations and comply with the
Disability Standards for Education 2005. Students with disability have the
right to access and participate in high quality
curriculum and education programs
on the same basis with
reasonable adjustments, as students without disability.
Materials and resources
Leadership commitment - setting high expectations
Showcasing good practice in Queensland state schools