A process for lifting the quality of universal support resources for schools

To ensure that universal resources made available to schools are of high quality and meet the needs of schools, a new quality assurance process for reviewing support resources and design standards for new supports have been developed in line with best practice.

The quality assurance of universal resources is a process for reviewing and improving existing and future support to schools. It is a core part of improving school support, which is one of the main goals of the School Success Model.

We're scaling this support to key priority areas. The first priority areas we're partnering with are:

  • Student attendance
  • Reading and numeracy
  • Aboriginal HSC attainment
  • Financial management
  • STEM.T4L
  • Curriculum
  • Wellbeing
  • Inclusive, engaging and respectful schools
  • School Excellence in Action (strategic planning process)

The Quality Assurance (QA) process for universal support resources is a new approach created for improving existing and future support resources for schools. It's a process that ensures all universal resources provided to schools are relevant, of high quality, and underpinned by evidence-based practice.

The process is a core part of improving school support, which is one of the School Success Model objectives.

Priority support areas for this work cover:

  • Attendance
  • Reading and numeracy
  • Aboriginal HSC attainment
  • Financial management
  • STEM.T4L
  • Curriculum
  • Wellbeing
  • Inclusive, engaging and respectful schools
  • School Excellence in Action
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