Department of Education, Training and Employment (Qld)


Solid partners solid futures: a partnership approach for excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early childhood, education, training and employment from 2013 to 2016

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people have the confidence, skills and knowledge to make a valuable contribution — socially, culturally and economically — to the wellbeing of their families and communities and to all Queenslanders. Purpose Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children...

A framework for integrated early childhood development

This resource is intended to support and encourage integrated service delivery across the early childhood development sector. Integrated service delivery brings together different disciplines and services into a more comprehensive service delivery system. An integrated approach to early childhood development enables families to access multiple...

Management of students with specialised health needs

This document provides the procedural guidelines to ensure the consistent management of the health care of students with specialised health needs within educational settings. In order to ensure the best student outcomes, health risks are to be collaboratively monitored among school staff, parents and appropriately...

Evaluation of the Early Years Centre initiative

An external evaluation of the Queensland Government’s Early Years Centre (EYC) initiative found the provision of integrated early childhood development services is delivering positive developmental, social and behaviour outcomes for children aged from birth to eight years, strengthening parenting skills and improving outcomes for vulnerable...

Managing student absences and enforcing enrolment and attendance at state schools

This procedural outline details parents' obligations for ensuring their child's school attendance. Unless a reasonable excuse is provided, parents/Legal Guarduians are legally obligated to ensure that all of their dependants in the compulsory participation phase are enrolled and attend school. Failure by parents to uphold...