Kings Meadows High School is focusing on building a more inclusive environment, using the earlier rollout of the Educational Adjustments approach to support students.
Support teacher Mel Hudson said the approach is a much fairer funding model to support students with disabilities.
"In the past one of the major criteria for the student to be given additional funding was based on IQ whereas now it's a lot fairer because it's based on the accommodations that are being made for that student within their lessons," she said.
Ms Hudson said Kings Meadows takes a collaborative approach to support students and teachers and assistants worked hard to collect the data and evidence needed to obtain additional funding which has been invaluable.
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She said Kings Meadows went from 11 funded students to 37 this year because of the additional funding they were granted.
The Educational Adjustments model discards the one-size-fits-all approach of funding based on disability and instead provides a more targeted approach to providing student disability support.
The model aims to build inclusive schools and practices, shift culture, and support students in the best way possible for their learning outcomes.
Kings Meadows principal Maree Pinnington said it's about looking at the whole student and not just the disability.
"We are leading the way, not Kings Meadows, but the state and this whole strategy is really fabulous for our students," she said.