Passfield Park School

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Information for Therapists

Procedures for the provision of therapy at school

All therapists are required to provide the school with a signed letter of consent from the parents or carers before any communication can take place regarding a child. The consent to exchange information needs to be specific, include the child’s full name, your full name, your organisation and be signed.

In additional to the signed consent to exchange information, families that would like therapy to take place at school, will need to complete and sign the NDIS Funded Therapy Request form and provided this to the school. Therapy goals need to be clearly defined with collaboration from parents/carers, therapists and the school. 

The documents below must be completed and emailed to

Once all documentation is received and reviewed, an induction meeting will arranged. After attending an induction therapists will be put in contact with the classroom teacher to discuss how and when therapy will be delivered at school.

External providers will be required to attend the Personalised Learning and Support Plan (PLSP) meeting for the student prior to commencing therapy at school. If this is not possible, a meeting must be held with the class teacher to discuss the student's current goals. 

Please contact the school Admin office for further information and assistance. 

1. Provider Checklist

Provider checklist (mandatory requirements to be met and documents to be provided)

2. Engagement Agreement

Parent / Carer engagement agreement

3. Working with Children Check

Guide to Identity Documents

4. Declaration for Child Related Workers

Documention for decalring working with children

5. Additional Required Documentation

In addition to the above document a copy of the following must be attached to the email.

  • Current Certified copies of policies for: Workers Compensation, Personal Indemnity & Public Liability
  • Certificate for Departments Mandatory Child Protection: Child protection training