Mount Archer State School has a Special Education Program (SEP), which caters for students with a broad range of disabilities. For a student to access support from the SEP, a Program Group (including parents/caregivers and SEP staff) meet to discuss the student’s needs and to determine where and how these needs can be best met.
Staff at the SEP work collaboratively with teachers to plan and implement appropriate programs to meet student needs. Students are supported in a variety of ways – both at the SEP, and in the classroom.
The SEP is also able to access support for students from other Education Queensland staff such as Guidance Officers, Advisory Visiting Teachers, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech Language Pathologists. If your child has been diagnosed with a disability, it is important that you inform the school when enrolling your child so that appropriate processes can be initiated to support your child.