What is Inclusion at Centenary State High School?
Centenary State High School is committed to Inclusive Schooling Practices, focused on maximising the outcomes of all students through identification and reduction of barriers to learning. We are committed to setting high expectations, valuing and celebrating diversity; and employing high quality, evidence-based teaching practices focused on success for every student. Centenary State High School supports Education Queensland’s vision and the right for all students of all social, cultural, community and family backgrounds, and of all identities and abilities, to receive high quality education.
The Department of Education’s Inclusive Education Policy states:
Inclusive education means that every day in every classroom, every state school student is learning and achieving in a safe, supportive, inclusive and disciplined learning environment.
Inclusive education provides all students with access to high-quality schooling that is free from discrimination based on gender, language, sexual orientation, pregnancy, culture, ethnicity, religion, health, disability, socio-economic background or geographic location.
Inclusive education policy (PDF, 109KB)
Centenary State High School will work with students, families, staff and community members to achieve the following goals:
High expectations for all students, recognising that, with the right support, all students can succeed
Students with diverse backgrounds and learning needs, of all identities and abilities will have access to high-quality education which is free from discrimination and hardship
Students can fully participate in learning alongside their similar aged peers, supported by reasonable adjustments and teaching strategies tailored to suit their individual needs
- The school will adopt a whole school approach to support student learning
Inclusion is embedded in all aspects of school life and is supported by school culture, policies and everyday practices
To promote locally negotiated responses to student, family and community needs through effective community engagement processes and cross-agency collaboration
Education Queensland Inclusive Education Policy