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Student success stories

The SACE is not a competition

It's an individual journey where success can look different for every student.

Read from our inspiring collection of current students who are using the SACE to show the world who they are.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    We’re looking for feedback on the Stage 1 and Stage 2 subject outline.

    Public consultation is open until 1 November 2019.

    View the draft and complete the survey.

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    Health
  • Teachers, Coordinators

    Following the recent implementation workshops, a range of support materials are available for Stage 1 Economics in 2020.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    We're looking for feedback on the Stage 1 and Stage 2 Nutrition subject outlines.

    Public consultation is open from 23 September – Friday 1 November 2019.

    View the drafts and complete the survey.

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    Nutrition
  • Everyone

    Times and locations for the 2019 oral examinations for students in SA and NT have been released.

    Find out more information

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Have a play with electronic exams!

Stage 2 English Literary Studies, Modern History, and Psychology will each have an electronic exam this year.

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Resources for coordinators

Hello SACE coordinator!

We've published some new resources to help you present the SACE to parents and students, including videos on how special provisions, moderation, and marking work.

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Resources for teachers

Teaching Stage 1

All you need to know about teaching a Stage 1 subject. Learn about subject outlines, performance standards and grades, learning and assessment plans, the quality assurance cycle, school assessment and moderation, and more.

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The SACE is not a competition

Read Chief Executive Professor Martin Westwell’s blog on the dangers of students competing about how much they know, when the world only cares about what they can do with what they know.

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Achieving your SACE

How to build 200 credits

Here’s a short video on how the SACE works and how students can achieve the necessary requirements through subjects, VET and other recognised learning.

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  • SACE International

    SACE International is an internationally recognised pre-university program administered by the SACE Board of South Australia.

    It provides an opportunity for students to study in their own country and build upon their local pre-matriculation studies.

  • Institute of Educational Assessors

    The vision of the Institute of Educational Assessors is to improve student learning outcomes by providing educators with exemplary learning opportunities to develop their expertise in educational assessment. The IEA aims to translate local and global research findings in assessment into professional learning that is practical and accessible to a broad range of educators.