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Inclusion

Inclusive Education 

"At Pallara State School, we ensure that we provide a supportive and engaging environment for all our students to participate in."

Inclusive education means that every day in every classroom, every student is learning and achieving in a safe, supportive, inclusive and disciplined learning environment.
 
 

At Pallara State School, an Inclusive Education looks like:

  • Whole School Approach
  • Administration Team
  • Teacher
  • Students
  • Parents
  • Student Support Services
  • Guidance / SLP / HOC / HOSES
  • Inclusion Staff
     

Documentation: 

  • SWD folders
  • Individual Support Plans (ISP)
  • Individual Behaviour Management Plan, (IBMP)
  • Profiles
  • Supplementary Reports
  • Acheivement Standard Continuum

 

Programs:

  • English & Maths Curriculum Support
  • Social Skills
  • Gross Motor and Fine Motor
  • Oral Language
  • Reading Groups ( 4 times a week)
  • Differntiated Math Groups
  • Spelling Mastery 

 

Communication:

  • Newsletter
  • QSchools App
  • School website
  • Electronic Notice Board
  • School Term Calendar
  • Email
  • Communication Book
  • Parent / Teacher interviews
  • Support Plan Meetings
  • SSS Afternoon Tea - once per term

 

Staffing:

  • Administration team
  • Guidance Officer
  • Speech Language Pathologist
  • Inclusion Teachers
  • Inclusion Teacher Aides
  • Head of Curriculum
  • Advisory Visiting Teachers (AVT)
    • Hearing Impairment
    • Physical Impairment
    • Visual Impairment

 

Building Teacher Capabilities

  • Data conversions
  • Performance Development Plans (PDPs)
  • Attending professional Development
  • WOW time
  • Teacher observations
  • Working with outside agencies / specialists
    • Autism Queensland
    • Autism Hub
    • Speech Therapists
    • Occupational therapists

 

Quality Student Engagement

  •  Knowing your students (where they are at and what their needs are)
  • Individual goals
  • Catering to individual needs
  • catering to different learning styles
  • Differentiation
  • Making adjustments
  • Use of assistive technology
  • use of viuals
  • Visual timetable
  • Sensory boxes 

 

Our students are given the opportunity to learn
 
 about and accept individual differences, appreciate
 
diversity and feel respected and a sense of
 
belonging no matter what.