From Term 1 2017, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F-10. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.
For more information on the curriculum, see:
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 - VCAA
Education partnerships acknowledge that the learning and development outcomes of children and young people are the collective responsibility of schools and the broader community. This page lists useful contacts for you to seek further information.
The resources below are referred to throughout this website to support education partnerships. They have been listed alphabetically for easy reference.
See: Case Studies
Adolescent Community Profiles - provide local level information on the health, learning, development, safety and wellbeing of adolescents aged 10 to 17 years.
Community Renewal projects identify key local issues and ways of tackling them using local networks
Municipal Association Victoria – provides local government information such as community profiles, community engagement outcomes and analysis identifying local issues
Neighbourhood Renewal - brings together the resources and ideas of residents, governments, businesses and community groups to tackle disadvantage in local networks.
Our Community – provides advice and tools to schools and not-for-profit community groups, as well as linkages between the community, business, government and public sectors.
School Focused Youth Service (SFYS) who complete an annual mapping process providing local profiles of the community, young people, service provision and schools.
Tender Bridge – provides assistance to schools in accessing education-related funds and formulating partnerships
Analysing data to identify goals – tips and links on conducting environment scans in schools and the community.
Community Indicators Victoria provides local level data through Wellbeing Reports and a community wellbeing indicator framework
DataZone (available through eduGate, Edumail login required) contains relevant data such as the Australian Early Development Index (AEDI).
DPCD Partnership Evaluation – a step-by-step guide step through the process of designing an evaluation to measure a partnership’s achievements.
Identifying potential partners
Terms of Reference
Types of Partnerships