AusVELS Resources and Support
Information and resources have been developed to support the implementation of the AusVELS including:
- F–10 curriculum planning and reporting guidelines (pdf - 1.05mb)
These guidelines provide advice for Victorian schools on the effective use of AusVELS to develop whole-school curriculum plans and to report student learning achievement.
- AusVELS Curriculum Planning Resource
The AusVELS Curriculum Planning Resource website offers school leadership a range of resources to support planning and documenting a comprehensive school-wide curriculum. It includes a self-assessment tool and a suite of curriculum planning examples for both primary and secondary schools.
- Domain based resources – includes the progression point examples, comparisons between VELS and AusVELS curriculum, scope and sequence and planning templates
- Implementation – provides access to official notifications about implementation of AusVELS and to the AusVELS Update subscription service.
- Professional learning – provides resources to use within your school, and advertises new professional development opportunities for teachers.
- Whole school planning – includes background papers on curriculum, information on time allocations and mandatory content, PowerPoint presentations to introduce AusVELS and useful links.
The materials provided to support teachers and schools will continue to be developed.
You may wish to subscribe to the F–10 Curriculum Update to be kept informed about new developments, resources and professional learning opportunities.
For information on previous curricula in Victorian schools, click here.
Additional Curriculum materials
The Bushfire Education website provides online teaching and learning resources to support the provision of bushfire education for learners from the early years to year 10. The resource was developed for the Victorian government in response to Recommendation 6 in the Final Report of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission.
The Bushfire Education website has been developed by Education Services Australia on behalf of VCAA. The project has been supported by VCAA’s Bushfire Education Working Party, consisting of representatives from the Department of Education and Training, and the Country Fire Authority.
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