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ASA parents and students,

Alhamdulillah our VCE students are off to a great start with uninterrupted on-site learning this term. We started the term with a series of specialised study skills workshops for all year levels from 7-12. The sessions were conducted by presenters from Elevate Education. Students were provided with practical study skills and
organisational techniques that can be adopted to enhance their learning and help them manage their time effectively to achieve optimum results.

Our year 12 students were very excited to receive their specially designed jackets and are wearing them proudly around the school, to the envy of the lower year levels.

During our annual information session this week, parents were presented with important information regarding the 2022 GAT Reforms and the AIA Assessment and Redemption Process, as well as a parent seminar from Elevate Education.

Our year 11 students will soon be attending a camp for three days and we wish them a safe and spiritually enriching experience.

Our Year 10 students have also begun their VCE journey this year. Each student in Year 10 is studying one of the following VCE subjects: Biology, Health & Human Development and Media.


  • This year students will have their literacy and numeracy skills measured against new standards in a reformed GAT.
  • The new standards will indicate whether students have demonstrated the literacy and numeracy skills typically expected of someone completing their secondary schooling.The GAT will be split into two sections:
    - Section A will assess literacy and numeracy skills.
    - Section B will assess skills in mathematics, science, technology, the arts and humanities, with an increased focus on critical and creative thinking skills.
  • All students enrolled in one or more VCE or scored VCE VET Unit 3 –4 sequence will be required to sit Sections A and B. Senior VCAL students will sit Section A only.
  • GAT results will continue to be used to check that VCE external assessments and school-based assessments have been accurately and fairly assessed. If a student does well in the GAT, they are likely to do well in their other assessments.
  • Students will be given the opportunity to resit the test if they do not meet the standards.
  • For more information, please visit:



OUTCOMES - LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT Scores from 40-100 is satisfactory and any score less than 40 is unsatisfactory and will require a redemption.STUDENTS AT RISK


Students now have access to all their scheduled assessments via the following Google Doc:

2022 VCE 10-12 Assessments sharing


More information about VCE can be obtained from the following websites: