Supporting Students with Additional Learning Needs

The Department's resource Supporting Students with Additional Leaning NeedsExternal Link provides comprehensive information for schools, including further guidance, teaching materials and programs available to support students with additional learning needs. It also contains specific information on Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD) and the roll out of Disability Inclusion.

Inclusive Education for Students with Disabilities Program

For further information on the Inclusive education for students with disabilities program, refer to Inclusive education for students with disabilitiesExternal Link .

For an Easy English version of the Inclusive Education Policy, refer to:

Supported Inclusion Schools Operational Manual

Supported Inclusion Schools Operational Manual (DOCX)External Link – A Supported Inclusion School is a mainstream school with additional professional capabilities and facilities designed to cater to a higher proportion of students with significant disability. Students with disability are provided enhanced support to receive high quality, evidence-based educational provision alongside mainstream students in a safe, accessible and supportive environment. The manual supports school principals and the department’s regional and central staff to implement the Supported Inclusion Schools model.

Resources page containing supporting resources and links for this topic, including links to the Department's comprehensive resources on supporting students with additional learning needs

Reviewed 14 July 2023

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