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Clifford Park Special School has a number of strong partnerships in the school and local community. 

Clifford Park Special School P and C

The Clifford Park Special School P and C meets every 3rd Thursday of each month at 4:00pm.  The P and C has a direct input into the curriculum direction of the school through the notification of specific curriculum based excursions.   The P and C is also very active in the raising of funds for curriculum activities including equipment and camps for all students. 

Parents and the extended community enjoy a number of social engagements throughout the year including a Car Show, a Trivia Night, and a Race Day.  The P and C also engages directly with students through the holding of Mother Day and Father Day stalls.  They support the very popular annual Christmas Markets.   

Senior Schooling - ready for life after school

Through our Senior Schooling program, Clifford Park Special School has built strong relationships with the local community. Our PATH (Planning Alternate Tomorrows with Hope) program plans for engagement of students in the local community.   Specific Disability Providers are interacted with through our Post School Sampling Program.  Students and parents are able to determine appropriate after school placements for their children through a specific program that actively allows engagment in placements to test suitability.

Volunteer placements, work experience and work placements are opportunities for students to try out suitable work based activities.  The school has many partners on board with work placements within our local community.  These include landscapers, mechanics, schools, aged care facilities and retail outlets.  In addition students can participate in formal Certificate and Traineeship courses to extend their educational learning through our partnerships with training organisations.

Department of Communities/Therapy based organisations/Disability Accomodation Providers

Clifford Park Special School engages with many partners who share our responsibility for the welbeing of our students.                                                                       These include, but are not limited to, Department of Communities Child Safety and Disability Services; Child Youth Mental Health; Support Coordinators through the NDIS; and private therapists.  The school is part of the overall stakeholder group that manages student outcomes in the area of wellbeing.

Other Schools

Clifford Park Special School enjoys great partnerships with other high schools in our community.  Currently Centenary Heights High School with their partner DGT (Downs Group Training) facilitate their students in a Certificate 2 Horticulture at Clifford Park campus. 

Toowoomba Christian College and St Mary's attend our school regularly for Social Justice placements and socialisation purposes.  In addition students at Clifford Park have enjoyed academic learning through programs with Toowoomba Grammar School and Toowoomba Christian College. Students interacted whilst engaging in technology based activities.