1. Home
  2. Registered individual non-government schools
  3. Accreditation requirements
  4. Quality of the educational program
  5. Records of student achievement
Print this page Reduce font size Increase font size

Records of student achievement

Registered and accredited non-government schools will have in place processes by which they can record the achievement of students.

The achievement of students may be demonstrated by a number of indicators. These indicators may include:

  • results of external examinations such as the Higher School Certificate and NAPLAN
  • qualitative and/or quantitative internal and/or external assessment results that can be used to assess a cohort's improvement over time
  • samples of student work
  • student engagement in learning:
    • students' progress overtime
    • teaching strategies and programs desiged and implemented to meet the learning needs of students across a variety of student backgrounds and learning profiles, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. 

Evidence of compliance

A registered and accredited non-government school will have in place and implement documented processes for maintaining records over the period of accreditation to demonstrate student achievement.

Print this page Reduce font size Increase font size