Special Provision Overview The VCAAs Special Provision policy
Special Provision Overview The VCAAs Special Provision policy is designed to provide students who are affected by illness, impairment or personal circumstances the opportunity to participate in and complete their senior secondary studies. Eligibility Students are eligible for Special Provision if they are
affected by: Acute or chronic illnesses Long term impairment Personal circumstances Forms of Special Provision
There are three types of Special Provision: 1. Arrangements for classroom learning and School-based assessments (School/VCAA) 2. Special Examination Arrangements (VCAA) 3. Derived Examination Score (VCAA) -------------------------------------------------------------------Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) (VTAC) Special Examination Arrangements
Special Examination Arrangements (SEAs) are designed to assist students who have a disability or illness that may affect their ability to access their external VCE examinations. Schools apply on behalf of student The application must include VCAAs evidence requirements The SEAs Panel considers each application individually Established benchmarks for evidence and decision-making What is Available?
Rest breaks Permission to stand and stretch during a rest break Permission to leave examination room during a rest break (under supervision) Separate examination room Medication Food and drink Extra reading time Extra writing time Scribe
Computer Derived Examination Score The Derived Examination Score (DES) is intended for students who experience the onset of an illness or the occurrence of an injury or personal trauma around the examination period. Student is responsible for the DES application
Timely medical/professional consultation Closing date is seven days after students last VCE examination in the relevant examination period. Policy and contact details
Consult the Special Provision section of the VCAA website for administrative procedures and policies: www.vcaa.vic.edu.au/Pages/vce/exams/specialprovision/specialprovision.aspx Call or email Special Provision: (03) 9225 2219 or 1800 205 455 [email protected]
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