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Rangeville State School Special Education Program

 
Rangeville State School Special Education Program supports students from Prep-Year 6 who have an Intellectual Disability, Speech Language Impairment, Vision Impairment, Hearing Impairment, Physical Impairment or a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, to learn, achieve and grow every day.  
 
The special Education team consists of a Head of Special Education Services, as well as Teachers and Teacher-Aides who have disability specific knowledge, expertise and experience in working with students with a wide range of support requirements and abilities.  
At Rangeville State School the Special Education Program uses a student centred approach that is responsive to the needs of every student as an individual.  This results in a variety of support models being used across the school including: in class Teacher-Aide support, Special Education Program classes, small group targeted programs, transition programs and playground support.  Special Education staff at the school also work collaboratively with Advisory Visiting Teachers, Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Therapists and Physiotherapists to support students requiring these services.  
The Special Education Program is a highly valued part of the Rangeville State School community that aims to support every student to succeed within a positive, supportive and inclusive learning environment.