Tracking, Monitoring, Responding & Reviewing
This tool is based on a system of Traffic Lights to firstly identify students’ SACE efforts and progress according to: Currently up to date with work, Has started some work, Not up to date with work. The tool includes a spreadsheet template including the student’s name and current subjects, plus room for comments, which can be completed by subject teachers, year level managers or SACE Coordinators. The tool also provides targeted support strategies aligned with the Traffic Light colour codes.
This documentation should be used to track the progress of students from when they begin their SACE. It could be adapted for key times in each school's context.
This tool provides a detailed case management record of an individual student’s progress through the SACE. It can be completed by year level managers, SACE Coordinators, home group teachers or student counsellors, and complements school course and subject counselling processes. The tool includes a record of literacy/numeracy achievement, pathway planning, SACE achievement, attendance trends, learning plans, VET involvement, and destination details.
Monitoring student achievement. The form may be used at any year level, though is more appropriate for years 10-12.
This tool provides a pathway planning document which students can complete as part of school course and subject counselling processes, or as an aspect of pastoral care or the Personal Learning Plan. It is designed to be completed by the student themselves, with teacher and/or parent assistance where necessary. Students are asked to consider aspects such as employment options, industry pathway programs, university programs and other tertiary options, TAFE courses, school achievement tracking, work experience details and ‘next steps’.
This tool provides 10 data tables to summarise longitudinal SACE Stage 1 and 2 achievement in the areas of SACE completion, compulsory subject completion, grade distribution, learning area and subject results, alignment to performance targets, cohort analysis, moderation shifts, ATAR/TAFE scores, and VET. Each data table appears on a separate page, allowing selection of data tables relevant to the specific context and discussion. The tool is designed to be completed primarily by the SACE Coordinator, in collaboration with other leaders. Guidelines for interpreting, interrogating and actioning the data are also included.
This tool provides a series of data tables to provide a snapshot of SACE Stage 1 and 2 achievement at the end of each term. Data tables are provided for tracking likelihood of SACE completion, grade distribution, learning area grade distribution, priority group achievement and VET results. The tool is designed to be completed primarily by the SACE Coordinator, in collaboration with other leaders. Each data table is accompanied by guiding questions for interrogating the data.
This tool provides 11 data tables to summarise VET achievement in the areas of VET completion, SBA and traineeship participation, SACE completion and VET, ATAR and TAFE scores, IPPs, priority group analysis, workplace learning, VET subject analysis, and VET quality assurance processes . Each data table appears on a separate page, allowing selection of data tables relevant to the specific context and discussion. The tool is designed to be completed primarily by the VET Coordinator, in collaboration with other school leaders. Each data table is accompanied by guiding questions for interrogating the data.
This tool provides multiple spreadsheets allowing a school to track longitudinal student progress in years 8-12 and all learning areas. Spreadsheets provided included enrolment numbers, learning area achievement, year level achievement, ATAR & TAFE scores, VET achievement, STEM participation, priority cohorts and destination data. Upon manual entry of relevant data, corresponding bar/spider graphs are created. The tool is designed to be completed primarily by the SACE Coordinator, with contribution by other school leaders. This tool is a more detailed collection of data which is incorporated in many of the other SACE improvement tools, and is best suited to sites undertaking a significant focus on SACE improvement as part of their strategic improvement priorities.
This tool provides a table to schedule whole school data collection and analysis, based on the weeks of each school term. It can be modified to reflect current data collection processes in a site, but a list of data/evidence sets which can provide a context to SACE improvement is also included. The table fields include the data/evidence set, who collects the data, the forum in which the data is shared or distributed, and the scheduled collection and analysis times. The tool is designed to be completed by the SACE Coordinator and senior leadership team.
This tool provides a table to maintain a running record of the destination of students who leave in year 11, year 12 or year 13. It includes fields for the student’s name, and colour coded fields for the students’ SACE completion status at the time of leaving, and their post school destination. The tool is designed to be completed by leaders who are the case managers of leaving students, such as the SACE Coordinator, Year Level Manager, or Senior School Leader.