Queensland state schools work to ensure the success and wellbeing of every
student with disability through every stage of learning in an inclusive education system.
Reasonable adjustments are made by state schools so students with disability are able to access and participate in education on the same basis as students without disability.
Parents play a vital role in their child’s education, with students, parents and schools working together to identify and develop the right reasonable adjustments for each student.
To assist parents to understand the supports available for their child and other departmental processes, information on a range of topics and supports is provided on our website.
If your child has a condition, disorder or disability that is not outlined on this website, contact your child’s school for information or advice.
general information page provides the following information:
- Enrolment options
- What are reasonable adjustments?
- Resources provided to help schools make reasonable adjustments
- Early childhood and getting ready for school
- Starting and finishing school
- How parents and carers can be involved
- Community supports and the NDIS
- Making an enquiry or complaint.
To find out more about disability or additional needs and education, visit the following pages: