Inclusive Education


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The concept of inclusive education aims to ensure the most marginalised and vulnerable students can access and participate in education. Inclusive Education is governed by two main regulatory frameworks - the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and The Disability Standards of Education 2005.  At St Agnes, we aim to support all students,  so that every child has fair and equitable access to the Australian Curriculum.

On a daily basis, teachers and staff members make adjustments to learning for all students, depending on their needs and learning style. These adjustments are well considered and planned for, allowing all students to access learning.

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Staff value and appreciate the uniqueness and individuality of each student and endeavour to provide opportunities so that each experience success at school. We seek to provide an environment that supports opportunities for all students to advance at their own pace. If you have concerns, please address it with your child's teacher in the first instance.