First year of renewed Outdoor Education 2020 (green box)
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The study of Outdoor Education provides students with opportunities to experience personal growth and to develop social skills, self-confidence, initiative, self-reliance, leadership, and collaborative skills.
The development of their relationship with natural environments impacts positively on students’ health and wellbeing and fosters a lifelong connection with nature and a commitment to responsible activity in natural environments.
Stay up-to-date with how we're supporting students, schools, and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic, including our latest communications and resources as they become available.
Streamlined subject areas
This year we’re starting to roll out new, streamlined subject areas on the SACE website.
This means we're making subjects easier to navigate, while providing subject-specific information that’s relevant to each task you will perform as a teacher, at the time you need it.
Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the changes by watching the video.
These renewed subjects have already had their subject areas streamlined:
- Dance (Stage 1)
- Drama (Stage 1)
- Economic (Stage 1)
- Outdoor Education
- Design, Technology and Engineering
- Australian Languages
Online submission of Stage 2 subjects in 2020
External assessment materials for all Stage 2 subjects with an investigation will be submitted online for marking.
School assessment materials for all Stage 2 subjects (except Community Studies) will be submitted online for moderation.
More about online submission.