Some students attending the school have special needs. A Support Teacher (Learning Difficulties) provides programs for students experiencing learning difficulties. These programs aim to support children in literacy and numeracy learning. It is believed that these programs will meet individual needs more effectively. You will be notified if it is anticipated that your child will be involved in an intervention group. At times the learning support teacher may work with the class teacher and targeted children on a modified class program.
A Developmental Guidance Officer also visits the school on a regular basis.
Specialist support is provided from the department and Head of Special Education at Kingaroy State School. This includes weekly visits from an Inclusion Teacher. Parents of a student who is experiencing difficulties are encouraged to confer with the classroom teacher who may refer the matter to the class teacher or principal for further actions as appropriate. Through this, access is available to support personnel such as Speech Language Pathologists, Advisory Visiting Teachers and other therapy and support services.