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Every child and young person has the right to participate, learn and achieve at school.
Students with disability have the right to enrol in a school on the same basis as students without disability, and schools must make reasonable adjustments so that students with disability can participate on the same basis as other students.
You play an important part in helping to make that happen. Children and young people do best when families and schools work together.
This information will help you support your child’s education.
- Starting secondary school
- Funding for students with disability in Catholic schools
- Professional development for educators
- Suspensions and expulsions
- Behaviour support at school
- Funding for students with disability
- Student Support Groups
- Individual Education Plans
- Starting primary school
- Student Support Group meetings and reasonable adjustments during COVID-19
- Making a submission to the Disability Royal Commission – Education
- 10 Tips for effective Student Support Group meetings
- Children’s rights in education
- Choosing a school
- Making a complaint about your child’s education
- Raising a concern with school
- Reasonable adjustments
- Working in partnership with your child’s school