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Victorian Curriculum F–10 Version 2.0 Reference Panel

Expressions of interest to join Victorian Curriculum F-10 reference panels

Teachers and relevant stakeholders are invited to participate in the following curriculum area reference panels to review the Victorian Curriculum F-10: 

  • English as an Additional Language (EAL) 
  • Levels A to D: Towards Foundation

And the revision of: 

  • Languages: Arabic, Hindi, Turkish, Vietnamese, Non-Roman Alphabet Languages and Roman Alphabet Languages.

Expressions of interest applications close midnight, Sunday 25 February, 2024.

A full review of the Victorian Curriculum F-10: English as an Additional Language (EAL) and Levels A to D: Towards Foundation will be undertaken in 2024. The reviews will complement the broader revisions made to the 8 learning areas, the capabilities and 3 cross-curriculum priorities.

A revision is also being undertaken for the following languages (Arabic, Hindi, Turkish, Vietnamese, Non-Roman Alphabet Languages and Roman Alphabet Languages). This revision will incorporate and refine content from the Australian Curriculum Version 9.0 to make it more streamlined for teachers to implement efficiently and effectively and align these languages to the Phase 1 (Chinese, French, Italian and Japanese) and Phase 2 Languages (German, Indonesian, Korean, Modern Greek and Spanish) curricula that will be published in 2024. 

What the panels will do

As a panel member you will have the opportunity to ensure that the Victorian Curriculum F-10 continues to be a high-quality, relevant curriculum that meets the needs of students and teachers across the state.

Reference panels will provide advice about the ways the curriculum needs to be revised and improved in order to best meet the needs of the students for whom it is specifically designed. Input from practising teachers and discipline experts is essential to this process.

Panels will consist of 10 to 12 members from schools, universities, training, industry and business sectors and are appointed based on their expertise and capacity to contribute to the review process.

The work of these panels is expected to take place from approximately February 2024 – November 2024. Panel members will need to commit to at least one meeting every 2 to 3 weeks. Meetings may be a combination of both after-school (online) or all-day (hybrid).

Work on the reference panels is voluntary. CRT payments are available to schools for the release of panel members to attend meetings during school hours.

For questions about this position, please contact the VCAA Victorian Curriculum F-10 Revision Project team on 97022 1306 or email:

How to join a panel

To volunteer on a panel and contribute to this important work, submit your expression of interest by midnight, Sunday 25 February 2024.

The application link below will take you to our Sessional Staff Management System (SSMS), where you will need provide information and responses, including:

  • why you are interested in being a panel member.
  • a brief summary of your experience with and knowledge of the Victorian Curriculum F-10: including: teaching experience relevant to the selected learning area, years of teaching the F-10 curriculum, what school/s you have taught at, year levels and your role.
  • details of expertise you will bring the reference panel you're applying for. 
  • the details of 2 referees (one from school/work and one from outside school/work).

We encourage you to have your answers ready before you begin the online application process to avoid the system timing out.

Apply now

Expressions of interest applications close midnight, Sunday 25 February, 2024.

Tips to help when applying

If you are using SSMS for the first time

  1. Select 'New applicants' from the top-right menu. This will open a new page.
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the new page and select 'New Applicants'.
  3. Accept the Terms and Conditions.
  4. Select 'F–10' and then ' F-10 Reference Panel 2023'.
  5. Continue to follow the prompts until you get to the end.

If you have used SSMS before

  1. Select 'Login' from the top-right menu.
  2. Follow the prompts.

If your username or password has expired, email Human Resources at or call (03) 9225 2305.

Stay tuned

We will keep you up to date on this page with more information about the revisions and implementation process.

Contact us

VCAA Victorian Curriculum F-10 Revision Project team

(03) 9059 5138 

Human Resources (for queries relating to SSMS) 

(03) 9225 2305