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  A very small percentage of students with disability require a highly individualised curriculum – those with significant educational support needs who are not meeting year-level achievement standards for Prep or above. Teachers base this highly individualised curriculum on the P–12 learning area curriculum and use the extended levels of the General Capabilities to adjust the learning focus and determine the learning expectations for the reporting period. For example, aspects of the Australian Curriculum: Science could provide the context for learning literacy skills from the Literacy General capabilities.

An Individual Curriculum Plan (ICP) documents learning expectations for the reporting period. Assessment and reporting reflects the learning expectations documented in the individual’s plan.