Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS)
This directory will connect you to information regarding the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme.
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The Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS) provides support for students with the highest ongoing levels of need for specialist support. The scheme enables them to attend school and participate alongside other students.
- Overview of ORS
- Criteria for ORS
- Apply for ORS
- Verification process for ORS
- Individual Observation visit process for ORS
- Checking visit processes for ORS
- Review and appeal processes for ORS
- Resources for students in ORS
This overview of ORS states what funding provides, who qualifies, how funding is managed and how to resolve any challenging scenarios.
An overview table of the ORS criteria is available. This table links to the definitions of the nine ORS criteria and examples of students who may meet them.
Learn how to select and fill out an application form for ORS.
Learn how ORS applications are assessed after an application is made.
Find out about Individual Observation visits. An observation visit may be needed as part of the verification process.
ORS verifiers may visit early childhood centres and schools to check that eligibility decisions for ORS are being made consistently.
Learn how to review or appeal an ORS application decision.
- Review process for Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS)
- Section 47 appeal process for Ongoing Resourcing Scheme (ORS)
Learn about the resources that ORS funding provides and how to make the best use of them. These resources include specialists, additional teachers, teacher aide time and consumables.
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