The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on school students with disability (NCCD) provides all Australian schools, education authorities and the community with a clear picture of the number of students receiving adjustments because of disability in schools, and the adjustments they are provided to enable them to participate in education on the same basis as other students.
The Australian Education Regulation 2013, requires that all schools, provide information to the Australian Government Department of Education and Training (the Department) for the purposes of the NCCD.
The information that Schools must give to the Department includes, in relation to each student with a disability at a school:
- the student’s level of education (i.e. primary or secondary)
- the student’s category of disability (i.e. physical, cognitive, sensory or social/emotional)
- the student’s level of adjustment (i.e. support provided within quality differentiated teaching practice, supplementary, substantial or extensive adjustment).
Please note, any information collected, will not identify any individual student, in any way.
For further information regarding the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data school students with disability, please visit: https://docs.education.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/2017_-_nccd_-_fact_sheet_for_parents_and_carers_v5.pdf
If you have any queries regarding the NCCD, please contact the relevant Learning Enrichment staff, for your specific campus:
Mrs Toni Mills (Secondary)
Mrs Christine Roddy-Clark (Primary and ELC)
Michael Crawshaw (Secondary)
Helen Coombs (Primary Yrs 3-6)
Mrs Celeste de Villiers (K-2)