YEAR 11 - Stage I: SACE
Principal: Mrs Ann O'Sullivan

Subject Counsellors:
Mr Lee Copeland
Miss Georgia Boylan,
Mrs Kate Bennie

Art - Media
Art - Visual
Biology
CAD
Chemistry
Child Studies
Design and Technology
English
English - Essential English
Food and Hospitality
Geography
History
Mathematics
Mathematics - Essential Maths
Mathematics - General Maths
Outdoor Education
Personal Learning Plan
Physical Education
Physics
STEM
TAFE - Engineering
TAFE _ Building & Construction
Workplace Practices
Subject List
SACE subjects are 100% school assessed at Stage 1.
The SACE Board defines school assessment as 'assessments that are set by the school, in accordance with subject outlines, and carried out by the school'.

At Stage 1, the SACE Board supports teachers in their assessment role in many ways, including moderating compulsory subjects.


Moderation
During moderation, samples of student work are reviewed to make sure the assessment decisions (grades) are consistent with the performance standards for the subject.

Stage 1 moderation confirms that students have met the compulsory Stage 1 requirements of the SACE. Stage 1 English and mathematics subjects and the Personal Learning Plan (PLP) are moderated. For most schools, only the C and D grades are moderated as the C grade represents the minimum essential grade required in these subjects.

 
•Students Online is a one-stop shop for information about your SACE.

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It can help you:
• access your results
• plan your SACE and look at different subject, or subject and course, combinations
• check your progress towards completing the SACE
• view your personal information (e.g: your postal address).
Assessment & Moderation
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Special Provisions
The SACE Board provides all students with opportunities for success in completing the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).

The Board recognises that individual students may need special provisions to access the specified learning and assessment requirements in the SACE Board's subject outlines.
Special Provisions Information