The Special Education Program (SEP) at Aldridge State High School offers a wide range of support for students with the six recognised disabilities by Education Queensland. The support encompasses teacher aide in class support, modified classes in the core subject areas, alternate education program and a multi-level class.
The SEP supports students in mainstream classes. Mainstream support is on a needs basis and students are supported by teacher aides.
Modified classes (core subject areas)
The SEP offers a modified class for all core subject areas. These classes are aimed at students who have varying levels of ability and struggle academically to keep up with their same aged peers. We have modified programs through all year levels 8 - 12. These modified classes still require participation and completion of assessment. The Modified Classes are aimed at a lower level than ‘mainstream’ classes.
You can view and download the SEP curriculum documents below.
You can view and download our Special Education Program newsletters below.