- Parents and Carers
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Parent Fact Sheets
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- Allergies and Asthma
- Australian School-based Apprenticeship (ASbA)
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- Authorised Absences
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- Child and Family Learning Centres
- Supporting students with disability in Tasmanian Government Schools
- Student Behaviour
- Education and Training after Year 10
- English as an Additional Language
- Enquiries and Complaints
- Getting Involved
- Gifted and Talented Students
- Gifted Online Courses
- Headlice (nits)
- Healthy Eating Schools and Canteens
- Infectious Diseases
- Intake Areas from 2021 for Tasmanian Government Schools
- Kindergarten in Tasmanian Government Schools
- Launching into Learning
- Learning in Families Together (LIFT)
- Levies and Charges
- LGBTIQ+ equality in Tasmanian Government Schools
- Meal Time Support
- Medication in Tasmanian Government Schools
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- Together with Families
- Programs and Initiatives
Supporting students with disability in Tasmanian Government Schools
Did you know?
Students with disability are encouraged and supported to attend their local government school.
Schools can assist students with a range of specialist services and resources.
Where to start
Speak with your child’s teacher or principal if you are worried about your child’s learning or development.
For your child…
- An individual Learning Plan will be developed, with your help, to identify goals for learning.
- Educational adjustments will be made to the teaching and learning program to help your child participate.
- Specialist staff, equipment or technology may be used.
Tips for supporting your child
- Talk with your child’s teacher regularly.
- Share the achievements of your child’s goals and learning experiences with school staff.
- Be a part of the discussions and planning for your child’s learning in partnership with their teacher.
- At times of transition (changing year levels or schools) work with the school staff to help your child.
Where can I get more information:
Further information is available at Supporting Student Need.
Contact Disability Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org