NCCD Information for Parents

NCCD

Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD)

Every year, all schools in Australia participate in the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (NCCD). The NCCD process requires schools to identify information already available in the school about supports provided to students with disability. These relate to legislative requirements under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability Standards for Education 2005, in line with the NCCD guidelines (2019).

Information provided about students to the Australian Government for the NCCD includes:

  • Year of schooling and category of disability: physical, cognitive, sensory or social/emotional.
  • Level of adjustment provided: support provided within quality differentiated teaching practice, supplementary, substantial or extensive. 

This information assists schools to formally recognise the supports and adjustments provided to students with disability in schools consider how they can strengthen the support of students with disability in schools, develop shared practices so that they can review their learning programs in order to improve educational outcomes for students with disability.

The NCCD provides state and federal governments with the information they need to plan more broadly for the support of students with disability. Below are two links with additional information for parents/carers about the NCCD.

Fact Sheet for Parents Guardians and Carers

 

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