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Student services and support programs

Our highly qualified, warm, caring special education staff look forward to working with you to make your children’s years at Indooroopilly State School a time to look back on with pride.

Ways we support our students

Curriculum support in the areas of literacy and numeracy, adjustments to class units, provision of resources and modified assessment tasks and strategies for classroom use for our students.

Emotional and social support either individually or in a small group. Social skills such as developing friendships and coping with change can be addressed.

Life skills training such as road safety, cooking, looking after our bodies can all be provided if deemed necessary and appropriate.

Implementing fine and gross motor programs for our students who experience difficulties in these areas.

Parent support through collaborative planning, regular communication and/or providing information regarding external agency support.

Gathering and using data to effectively implement and monitor the Individual Education Plan (IEP).

Assisting class teachers and parents to develop, implement and review the Education Adjustment Plan (EAP). Adjustments required for the student to maximise access to the curriculum are also listed in the IEP. This is then reviewed on a pre-determined date.

Managing teacher-aide support

At Indooroopilly State School we embrace the responsibility to promote and advocate for our students in the wider school as a springboard to the wider community in their later life. We believe that we need to work as a team to provide for our students a productive happy life.

  • Advisory visiting teachers

    ​Advisory visiting teachers provide specialist services to our school on a needs or criteria basis.

  • Chaplain

    ​Indooroopilly State School has the services of a chaplain two days per week. Chappy Julia joined our school towards the end of 2012.

  • Child guidance

    ​Queensland Health provides a Child and Youth Mental Health service for students and families at the Enoggera centre.

  • Community support agencies

    Our school is very fortunate to have the support of many community volunteers to assist in the delivery of learning programs for students on an individual and/or small group basis.

  • English as a second language teacher

    Students are taught basic speaking and reading skills to complement classroom learning programs.

  • Guidance officer

    ​Our guidance officer attends the school site three days per week, she is highly qualified and experienced in her field.

  • Speech language pathologist

    The school has access to a speech language pathologist who visits the school to assess, review and provide support for students throughout the year.

  • Student services committee

    ​The student services committee is a group of staff (support teacher, Deputy Principals, guidance officer, special education program teacher, classroom teachers).

  • Support educational program teacher

    Our school provides support for students with Autistic Spectrum disorders (ASD).

  • Support teacher literacy and numeracy

    ​The role of the Support Teacher Literacy and Numeracy (STLaN) is to assist teachers in supporting students who are experiencing some level of difficulty in their classroom learning programs.