For more than 30 years, state school registered nurses have been supporting students with health needs attending school.
In this podcast, Queensland state school nurse of 15 years Grant Keats talks about the unique role nurses play in our schools.
In recognition of Guidance officer week, Dominic Towler provides an insight into this unique career and explains why becoming a guidance officer was the best decision he has ever made.
Dominic is a former classroom teacher, year level coordinator and head of year. He has been a guidance officer in Queensland state schools for more than 20 years.
Speech language pathologists (SLP) have specialist knowledge in speech, language, literacy and communication.
They play an important role in Queensland state schools, helping all students to achieve by assisting schools with identifying and addressing barriers to learning.
In this podcast, we talk to SLP Jane Trevor and the head of student support services Kellie Turnbull about the SLP role in state schools.