All students will be provided with their own individual
assessment calendar. This can also be accessed via the student's OneSchool.
In alignment with QCAA policies and procedures students are to ensure they are meeting their
commitment to maintaining high levels of academic integrity.
It is the student’s responsibility to access their
assessments and submit them on time via the correct process. As a senior
school we will now be using Safe Assign in the assessment process. SafeAssign is a plagiarism detection
software that allows students to check authenticity of assessment submissions.
An electronic copy of the assessment is to be submitted to SafeAssign by 3.30pm on the due date AND a physical copy of the assessment is to be submitted to Senior School Department located in Q10 by 3.30pm on the due date.
Students will receive an email confirmation on receipt of their assessment submission to the Senior Schooling Department.
Students who do not submit a physical copy of their assessment item by the due date will have an automatically generated email sent home to parents/caregivers.
Access Arrangements and Reasonable Adjustments (AARA)
AARA are provided to minimise, as much as possible, barriers for students whose disability, impairment, medical condition or other circumstances may affect their ability to read, respond to or participate in assessment. These barriers fall into three broad categories of permanent, temporary and intermittent.
The process for applying for and implementing an AARA for senior students is managed by the following departments:
Verified Students are managed by the Inclusion Hub
Social, Emotional and Mental Health are managed by the Guidance Officers
Illness, Misadventure and Other are managed by the Deputy Principal of Senior School
Last Updated: August, 2019