New curriculum support materials
New curriculum support materials for Pre-primary to Year 10 are now available, to assist teachers to implement the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline.
These materials can be accessed using the Year level or Learning area buttons below.
Access to the curriculum support materials require teachers to login or register for an Extranet account at https://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/extranet/login.
Select a Year (Kindergarten to Year 6)
Recently added resources
- The new Year 7 Sample Teaching and Learning Outlines for both the P-10 sequence and the 7-10 sequence, to support the implementation of Year 7 Languages in 2022, have been uploaded to the website under Teaching Support Materials.
- New curriculum support materials for Years 3 to 10. Available from the Year level and Learning area buttons above.
- Mathematics Ways of Teaching
- Science Ways of Teaching
Western Australian curriculum
All syllabuses are part of the mandated curriculum for the planning, assessment and reporting of student progress in Western Australia, as prescribed by the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline.
Visit the implementation requirements page for the implementation timeline for each learning area.
To access the syllabuses please visit the Western Australian syllabuses page.
Please note: Judging Standards is located under the assessment menu and is housed in the extranet for privacy of student work samples, especially for those relating to performance. To login or register visit the Extranet page.
Today, Education Ministers from across the country agreed to some improvements to NAPLAN from 2023 based on consideration of advice presented by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).
Read Minister Ellery’s statement here:
Read further information from ACARA here:
Access SCSA Frequently Asked Questions here:
The 2022 Year 10 Information Handbook is now available.
Department staff can use Connect to browse the curriculum, find matching resources and share them with students and colleagues. All national and locally created resources are available at http://connect.det.wa.edu.au.