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Dalby South State School has current enrolment of around 700 students from prep through to year 6.

Our special education program (SEP) caters for children from birth to year 6 who have a diagnosis of low incidence disabilities including: intellectual, physical, hearing, visual and speech language impairments as well as students in the Autistic spectrum range including Aspergers syndrome or Pervasive Developmental Delay.

Specialised personnel who work with our students and staff include: curriculum co-ordinator, music teacher, physical education teacher, Japanese language teacher, instrumental music teachers, teacher/librarian, support teachers (literacy and numeracy), special education teachers and an early special education teacher, chaplain, behaviour support teacher, speech/language pathologist and guidance officer.

The value of the parental role in education is well recognised at Dalby South. Parents are encouraged to become actively involved in our school and many avenues have been pursued to make this involvement suitable to parent’s work and personal commitments. We have a vibrant Parents and Citizens Association that strives to foster unity within the school community. Their support and assistance with the provision of assistance and resources is critical to our success.