Information for parents and carers of Queensland K-12 students

The QCAA provides State, Catholic and Independent schools with high quality products and services in the areas of curriculum, assessment, reporting, testing and certification from Kindergarten to Year 12. We are committed to equity in education and to providing services and materials that contribute to Queensland students receiving a socially just education.
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The Queensland Independent Schools Parents Network is dedicated to giving parents and carers of children attending independent schools: a voice in key education debates; a presence at the policy-making tables of State and Federal Governments and peak education bodies; and current information on important sector changes.

The Queensland Independent Schools Parents Network is dedicated to giving parents and carers of children attending independent schools: a voice in key education debates; a presence at the policy-making tables of State and Federal Governments and peak education bodies; and current information on important sector changes.

Equity in education - The QCAA is committed to equity in education and to providing services and materials that challenge inequities and contribute to Queensland students receiving a socially just education. All QCAA materials contain information regarding the equitable education of all students. Find out more about the policies, statements and learning resources detail that support this commitment.

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is available for use: awaiting final endorsement. In the Australian Curriculum, Technologies learning area comprises two subjects: Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies. The Queensland Curriculum and Asse

The QCAA provides State, Catholic and Independent schools with high quality products and services in the areas of curriculum, assessment, reporting, testing and certification from Kindergarten to Year 12.  We are committed to equity in education and to providing services and materials that contribute to Queensland students receiving a socially just education. For more information for parents about kindergarten, Prep - Year 10, Years 11 and 12, FAQs and parent organisations ...

The Australian Curriculum: Technologies is available for use: awaiting final endorsement. In the Australian Curriculum, Technologies learning area comprises two subjects: Digital Technologies and Design and Technologies. The Queensland Curriculum and Asse

Schools | Education and training | Queensland Government

Online Child Protection Guide - Child Safety Services, Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services (Queensland Government)

Isolated Children’s Parents' Association Working together for Equity of Access to Education for all Students who live in Rural and Remote Australia.

Isolated Children’s Parents' Association Working together for Equity of Access to Education for all Students who live in Rural and Remote Australia.

The Parents and Friends Federation is the statewide parent organisation officially recognised by the Catholic Church and Catholic Education authorities for the 294 Catholic schools in Queensland. It represents the parents and carers of 140,000 children in parish, diocesan and religious institute schools in the state.

The Parents and Friends Federation is the statewide parent organisation officially recognised by the Catholic Church and Catholic Education authorities for the 294 Catholic schools in Queensland. It represents the parents and carers of 140,000 children in parish, diocesan and religious institute schools in the state.

P&Cs QLD - P&Cs Qld is the peak parent body which represents the interests of state school parents and citizens associations throughout Queensland. It has a history of more than 60 years and a membership of almost 1300 P&C associations.

P&Cs QLD - P&Cs Qld is the peak parent body which represents the interests of state school parents and citizens associations throughout Queensland. It has a history of more than 60 years and a membership of almost 1300 P&C associations.

Parent organisations - The QCAA works closely with all stakeholders including teachers, schools, parent organisations, vocational education providers, industry, professional groups and tertiary institutions, to ensure better educational outcomes for students.[Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority is a statutory body of the Queensland Government. We provide Kindergarten to Year 12 syllabuses, guidelines, assessment, reporting, testing and certification services for Queensland schools.

Frequently asked questions from parents and carers - about NAPLAN, pathway planning, Queensland Certificate of Education, Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement, QCS Test and Tertiary entrance... [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

Frequently asked questions from parents and carers - about NAPLAN, pathway planning, Queensland Certificate of Education, Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement, QCS Test and Tertiary entrance. [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

Years 11 & 12: Information for parents and carers. Information about Years 11 & 12, Pathway planning, Student learning accounts, Vocational education and training, Queensland Certificate of Education, Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement, QCS Test, Tertiary Entrance, Senior Education Profile... [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

Graphics (Authority subject) [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]


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