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Years 1–9 Health and Physical Education resources

A guide to implementing Queensland Curriculum

Information statements

Planning advice and templates

Cross-curriculum priority: ICTs

These resources support planning within and across year levels for the Information and Communication Technologies ( ICT s) cross-curriculum priority key learning area.

Professional development

These materials were developed to help schools implement Queensland curriculum.


Catering for diversity

Inclusive strategies should be considered when planning, developing and documenting the adjustment of learning experiences and assessment. Information statements about inclusive strategies are available on the student diversity page.

Assessment resources

Principles of assessment

Assessment for learning

For fact sheets about assessment for learning see:

Developing assessments

For fact sheets about developing assessment see:

Making judgments

Building student success: A guide to the Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework provides advice about how to develop quality assessment that is aligned with the Essential Learnings and Standards. See Chapter 7: Developing quality school-based assessment.

Using feedback

Assessment alone will not contribute to improved learning. It is what teachers and students do with assessment and other available information that makes a difference.

For factsheets about feedback see:


The achievement standards guide teacher judgment about how well children have achieved. The most effective way to build consistent and comparable on-balance teacher judgment is through planned activities when teachers — in partnership or team situation — engage in focused professional dialogue to discuss and analyse the quality of children's work, compare their judgments about children's achievement and determine the match between the evidence in children's work and standards. This process is known as moderation.

See the following fact sheets for more information:

Last reviewed: 25 July 2018
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