Every student has the right to achieve success and make progress at school, regardless of their ability. Every student with special education needs also has the right to receive extra support to assist them to reach their potential. All aspects of special needs delivery are coordinated at the school. Deciding on the best approach to support the student's learning needs includes parents/caregivers.
The classroom teacher:
includes the student in classroom descriptions and in ongoing planning
plans and assesses an inclusive programme for the student
supervises and supports the delivery of service from the teacher aides
works cooperatively with IEP team members to review and set goals
liaises with family, teachers, teacher aides, the principal, the special needs coordinator, and other professionals as necessary.
An ongoing, collaborative, and monitored individual education plan IEP is a living document that details general and specific targets, strategies, plans, assessments, and resources for a student with special needs.
An IEP is intended to support planning for a student's needs. The IEP can represent:
the complete cycle of assessment, planning, provision, and evaluation
the meeting at which the individual needs of a student are discussed
a plan for an individual student, and/or