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The QKLG provides advice for planning, documenting and assessing children’s learning and development, sharing information with parents/carers and, with consent, schools.

Kindergarten learning programs provide opportunities for teachers to celebrate the richness and diversity that children and their families bring to the learning community.

For more information, see the inclusion and diversity QKLG professional development resources.


Queensland Curriculum

The Early Years Curriculum Guidelines and the Years 1 to 10 syllabuses and guidelines include information about equity in the Queensland Curriculum.

Australian Curriculum

Australia is implementing a national framework for schooling, with the aim of raising education standards and achieving nationally consistent curriculum, assessment and reporting.

The Australian Curriculum provides quality curriculum for all Australian students, which promotes excellence and equity in education.

For more information, refer to Student diversity.

NAPLAN (Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 tests)

NAPLAN provides information on how Australian students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 are performing in numeracy, reading, writing, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

Adjustments are available for students with disability (or chronic medical condition) to enable them to access NAPLAN on an equivalent basis as other students.

Senior secondary

Access arrangements and reasonable adjustments (AARA)

AARA is available to assist QCE students that may have a disability, impairment and/or medical condition, or experience other circumstances that may be a barrier to their performance in assessment.

Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA)

The QCIA recognises the achievements of students who are on individualised learning programs. To be eligible, students must have impairments or difficulties in learning that are not primarily due to socioeconomic, cultural or linguistic factors.

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