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Students with a disability

Chancellor State College Special Education Program (SEP) operates to meet the educational needs of students with a disability across the P-12 Campus in one of the following areas:

  • Physical Impairment (PI) 
  • Intellectual Impairment (II)
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
  • Speech-Language Impairment (SLI)
  • Hearing Impairment (HI) and
  • Vision Impairment (VI).

Chancellor State College is specifically recognised by Education Queensland as a school that provides support for:

  • students with a Physical Impairment (PI) or
  • students who are blind or have a Vision Impairment (VI).

Special Education Programs offered at Chancellor SEP work on an inclusive education model where special education teachers and teacher aides work with class teachers to make educational adjustments to meet the learning needs of the student. Our philosophy on inclusive education is based on recognising and responding to individual differences and ensuring programs and support offered meet the individual needs of the student. Programs and support may be offered within class or through withdrawal from classes, depending on student needs as identified collaboratively with parents, class teachers and special education staff.