Health Professionals | Special Provisions in Curriculum and Assessment
Special provisions in curriculum and assessment
Students can apply for special provisions if they have an illness or impairment that affects their ability to participate in or comply with the conditions of an assessment task. This could be a physical disability, vision or hearing impairment, a medical condition, a psychological illness, a learning disorder, or an unforeseen incident beyond their control, such as a family death, or accident.
Students, together with the school provide evidence of eligibility. This may include evidence from health professionals.
Please note that on the basis of equity, a student is not required to provide a current psychological report in order to be considered for special provisions on the basis of a learning difficulty or disorder.