The requirements for Queensland state schools in implementing both the Australian Curriculum and the Queensland curriculum from 2013 are specified in the P-12 curriculum, assessment and reporting framework 572K.
The framework consists of a policy document and supplementary Policy statements. Together, these establish the expectations for Queensland state schools in delivering curriculum to optimise learning for all students from Prep to Year 12.
The P-12 curriculum, assessment and reporting framework reflects Education Queensland's agenda for improvement as part of a commitment to providing a world-class education for all students. There have been significant improvements in outcomes for Queensland students. Continued improvement will be achieved through a personal and collective commitment to our core learning priorities, as outlined in United in our pursuit of excellence - Agenda for improvement 2011-2015 (DETE employees only) and to the instructional leadership of principals and high-quality teaching.
The P-12 curriculum, assessment and reporting framework is a key reference for all state school principals, staff and school communities. It will be revised in Term 4, 2013 for 2014.
Schools can find related information in the following schools updates:
Schools can find further frequently asked questions on general curriculum, individual learning plans, reporting and assessment topics on the School curriculum (DETE employees only) page on OnePortal.
This page was last reviewed on 21 Nov 2013