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Students with additional needs


The Special Education Program (SEP) at Keebra Park State High School supports students with a verified disability. We offer a range of services and support to help reduce barriers to learning resulting from a disability.  Our goal is to improve student learning experiences, educational outcomes and transition to post school life for identified students.

The SEP caters for the range of disabilities:

  • Autistic spectrum disorder   
  • Intellectual disability  
  • speech language impairment 
  • physical impairment 
  • hearing impairment  
  • vision impairment


Support Services

Case Managers

  • assigned to each student
  • assist classroom teachers in the development and delivery of the students’ educational programs
  • act as a point of contact for parents to discuss issues that may impact on the students education and participation 
  • collaboratively develop and implement Support Plans 
  • Teacher Aides
  • Teacher aides are available to support students in classes and are prioritized based on student need and safety. 


Speech Language Pathologist

A speech language pathologist visits the school to work with students who have been identified by the school or parent and prioritized for a service.

Advisory Teachers

Visiting teachers with specific knowledge and experience, may also support students who have been diagnosed and verified as having a hearing impairment, visual impairment or physical impairment.


Call the office if you require any additional information on programs or supports offered by the SEP or wish to make an appointment to speak to a member of staff.