Resources

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

Autism Friendly Learning

The Autism Friendly Learning website is a key place for families, teachers, early childhood and other professionals to go to for information and practical resources to support a child's learning and participation in education.

For resources see: Autism Friendly Learning   

Inclusive Classroom School Resource

The Association for Children with a Disability has developed an online Inclusive Classroom School Resource for teachers in Victorian government mainstream primary school provides information about teaching students with a disability and working in partnership to support the educational needs of all students. 

The resource consists of four sections:

  1. Students with disabilities in mainstream schools
  2. Educational planning
  3. Family perspectives
  4. Teachers and families working together.

 See : Inclusive Classroom School Resource

Positive Education Planning

The Positive Education Planning booklet, developed by the Association for Children with a Disability, describes positive planning for children with disabilities attending Victorian government primary schools. It provides information and support to parents of children with disabilities and emphasises the importance of a positive partnership with the child's school as the foundation of a successful school experience for both the child and family.

The booklet includes parent stories and information on the following topics: 

  • Parents and schools: Developing positive partnerships 
  • The Student Support Group 
  • Understanding your child as a learner
  • Individual Learning Plans 
  • Setting goals
  • Supports for students with a disability 
  • Measuring your child's progress
  • Raising a concern 
  • Advocating for your child

For the booklet, see:  Positive Education Planning