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    Everything I can see online says its for children of all learning abilities
    Anyone can go there but it has always been more of a 'special needs' school then anything.
    I knew a girl that went there because both her brothers had learning difficulties and attended the school.

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    Also the school off Ipswich rd (Waldheim street) I think (something junction) forgot sorry is also apparently very good. Ds went to Kindy across the street and more then half the children now go to that school from his Kindy. Nice well educated families. It's small and it's a state school.
    Junction Park state school? Is that the one you are thinking of? At Annerley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Anyone can go there but it has always been more of a 'special needs' school then anything.
    I knew a girl that went there because both her brothers had learning difficulties and attended the school.
    Yeah dss is going next year for this reason.

    Great school though. Claiuvoux ( sp ) at my gravatt I've heard is good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Junction Park state school? Is that the one you are thinking of? At Annerley.
    Lol yes it was Thankyou!!! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    Everything I can see online says its for children of all learning abilities


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    It's definitely not for all learner types. My friends ASD (autism) brother went there and they were excellent and well resourced for him - however after going to their school fete I can confidently say at LEAST 80% of students there were visibly disabled

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    It's definitely not for all learner types. My friends ASD (autism) brother went there and they were excellent and well resourced for him - however after going to their school fete I can confidently say at LEAST 80% of students there were visibly disabled
    I couldn't see anywhere on the website that says that? I could only give information to the contrary.


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    I'm not familiar with their website and perhaps they probably do accept enrollments from anyone but it is widely known in the community that they are specialised in learning difficulties and special needs and their small school community is made up of mostly students who go to the school for this reason. Their focus is definitely special needs. My SIL bf went there and he's 'normal' but had a learning disability ( can't do basic maths or English)

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    Check out seven news qld website. They have a list on there of what schools ranked low, medium, high or outstanding across the state. It was on the news tonight. However the teachers union isn't happy that the public have the information. So I don't know how long it will be available. It may help you in deciding


 

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