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Denise Kable Campus is located at 58 Ramsay Street Toowoomba, and has been operating under the current model since 2009.
​Students from across the Toowoomba geographical area have the opportunity to access programs designed to increase engagement, promote students' social and emotional development, enhance life skills and improve literacy and numeracy.
The Campus provides an alternative learning site for a range of students, and encompasses the following options:
The Elective Programs operate over the course of a 10 week term. Students attend for one day per week. 
Programs are aligned to the Australian Curriculum and change on a term by term basis. There is the opportunity for schools to negotiate and customise programs to meet the specific needs of their cohort.
The Positive Learning Centre (PLC) is accessed on a referral basis, with the target population being those students who have been excluded, have a history of suspensions or have disengaged from the mainstream school context. 
Four programs are on offer catering for students from Prep to Junior Secondary. Each program operates over two consecutive days, with student placements reviewed each term in response to student needs. There is no time limit for attendance, with some students attending for longer than a school year. 
The TALES program targets students aged 10 -15yrs who are involved with Youth Justice and are currently under Orders. The program operates two days per week.
The Campus enhances student outcomes directly by delivering a range of programs, and indirectly through the role of the Behaviour Coaches who build capacity within schools to create safe and supportive environments that are conducive to learning. Positive Behaviour Support provides a framework and guides our operations.
Staff at the Denise Kable Campus are highly skilled professionals who are passionate about ensuring every child reaches their full potential and are successful in post-school life.
The Denise Kable Campus is named in honour of an inspirational teacher who was employed by Education Queensland in the 1980s. Denise was passionate about extending the opportunities for students with special educational needs. If you would to read more about the history, please view the History of Denise Kable Campus (PDF 189 KB).