While some students study a full subject load, many students elect to study one less subject, allowing for a tutorial line within the SEP. Here they are given support and structure to assist them to complete assignments on time and prepare for examinations.
In-class support is provided in mainstream classes; this varies according to need and resources available. Class notes are taken by support personnel and made available to tutorial teachers and students.
Students working significantly below year level study their core subjects within the SEP. These students will have an Individual Curriculum Plan or a QCIA Plan.
All students will have a Personal Learning Record.
In the Senior School students select from a number of options depending on their level of ability and the pathway they identify through the SET Planning process. These options range from General, Applied and Certificate Courses. Some students will be ATAR eligible; some will work towards achieving the Queensland Certificate of Education and some students will undertake a highly individualised program and work towards attaining their Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement.
Students may also participate in work experience. Some senior school students may undertake a Traineeship.
Students who access the curriculum at the same year level as their same-age cohort are reported as such.
Those students who are working below year level are accessed and reported according to their Individual Curriculum Plan or their Individual Learning Expectations.
All SEP supported students have Assessment Special Provisions (ASP) or an Access Arrangements and Reasonable Adjustments (AARA) outlined on OneSchool.