Remote schools pathway grant

The remote schools pathway grant  helps remote schools develop work experience and enterprise programs for students with disability in preparation for employment and community participation when they leave school.

Criteria for funding

The activities funded are dependent on the available resources, skill sets and aspirations within the community and must:

  • have an emphasis on explicit teaching and modeling of skills that prepare students with a disability for participation in community projects and initiatives
  • contribute to positive student outcomes against the Australian Curriculum general capabilities and key learning areas including English and society and environment (SOSE) or senior years programs.
  • foster strong links with the broader community, encouraging skills development in areas that provide realistic pathways as students move from school to adult life
  • have employment skills embedded within the program.

All students involved in the project must have a current individual transition plan.

How to apply

Fill in the application form:

Remote schools pathway grant application form (90.6 kb)

Send the application form to student support services:

Senior Education Advisor
Transition from School
Department of Education
GPO Box 4821
Darwin NT 0801
sesupport.det@nt.gov.au

If you receive a grant

At the end of Term 2, you must submit a project completion report and acquittal statement signed by your school principal:

Project completion report and funding acquittal form (69.0 kb)

If your budget exceeds the value of the grant, your school will be responsible to meet the additional expense.

Send the completion report and acquittal form to student support services:

Senior Education Advisor
Transition from School
Department of Education
GPO Box 4821
Darwin NT 0801
sesupport.det@nt.gov.au

Contact

You can contact the senior education advisor, transition from school, for more information:

phone: (08) 8944 9335 
email: sesupport.det@nt.gov.au.

Last updated: 30 September 2019

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