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Coordinating the SACE

For SACE coordinators and schools leaders, this section includes everything you need to support teachers and students through the SACE, including administrationformspolicies, and recognised learning (e.g. VET, and special provisions) for students.

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    In 2021, there are a number of operational changes for Stage 2 Community Studies (A and B):

    • school assessment materials will be submitted online for moderation.
    • students’ final results will be reported as a grade level using the scale A+ to E-. The Outstanding Achievement (OA), A to E grades will no longer apply.
    • teachers will mark the school assessment component using the A+ to E- scale.
    • teachers will mark the external component out of 30.

    For full details, see Community Studies - operational changes to moderation, marking and resulting for 2021 [DOC 183KB].

    To learn more about uploading school assessment materials, accepted file names and formats, and selecting moderation samples, see Online submission of materials.

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    Community Studies
  • Everyone

    In 2020, the sample e-exam for English Literary Studies featured a short film. 

    There will be no video or multimedia content in the English Literary Studies e-exam in 2021.

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    English Literary Studies Exam
  • Teachers, Coordinators

    Join a Stage 2 assessment panel and work with us to shape education so that students can thrive.

    Express your interest in joining a panel by close of business Monday 1 March.

    Current panellists do not need to express an interest.

    Find out more

    Complete the Expression of interest form

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  • Teachers, Coordinators

    The Modified Subjects subject outline for 2021 is now available. Changes to the subject outline are described in the Summary of subject outlines for 2021.

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