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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 HSC 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’ learning progress over time
    • teaching strategies and programs designed 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 registration system and/or accredited member school will have in place and implement documented processes for maintaining records to demonstrate student achievement and student engagement in learning over the period of accreditation.

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