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Woody Point State Special School provides an educational program to support students with a suspected or verified disability. Students  who attend Woody Point must have an intellectual impairment as their  primary disability. Students may have an additional disability including a autism spectrum disorder, physical impairment, hearing or vision impairment.

Parents and carers of children with disabilities who are of compulsory  schooling age (five years to school leaving age) should contact the  Principal for details of the enrolment process which involves regional office approval. This will be explained by the principal.

For children of compulsory school age, enrolment is subject to the  process outlined in Education Queensland’s Procedure: Enrolment in State Primary, Secondary and Special Schools

Woody Point Early Childhood Development Unit (ECDP)

Education Queensland's prior to prep Early Childhood Development Programs and Services (advisory visiting teachers) are targeted to young children birth to 5 years suspected of, or diagnosed as having a disability with significant educational support needs in the areas of: physical impairment, intellectual impairment, hearing impairment, vision impairment, autistic spectrum disorder, speech-language impairment and/or multiple impairments.   

A referral to the ECDP can be received from:
  1. Parents/Caregivers
  2. Teachers
  3. Doctors/Specialists
  4. Therapists
  5. Guidance Officers
  6. Psychologists
  7. Other agencies including day care centres, kindergartens, state and independent schools, Cerebral Palsy League, Disability Services Qld, Xavier Support Services