Syllabuses and their supporting resources are provided by the QSA to help schools develop Authority subjects. Syllabuses can also be purchased from us in print format.
The syllabus describes the aims, objectives, course organisation, learning experiences, assessment requirements and work program requirements for the subject.
The guide gives brief information about the syllabus, covering areas such as what students learn, how they are assessed and how parents can help.
Work programs detail how individual schools intend to implement the syllabus. They are submitted by schools as part of the quality-assurance process for senior subjects.
The following resources are provided to help schools develop work programs.
To amend a work program, complete the following form and insert it at the front of the work program before uploading to the QSA website.
These products inform school-based decisions about the design of effective assessment and the appropriate application of standards when making judgments about student achievement.
This advice assists and supports schools with designing and evaluating their assessment program and in implementing the assessment requirements of this syllabus.
The purpose of this document is to assist schools to review their assessment programs.
This information supports schools in implementing the assessment requirements of the syllabus. The advice supports school decision making about the approaches to assessment design and making judgments.
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Last updated: 22 April 2013
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