From 2019 (only 78 days away at the time of writing), all the Year 11 and 12 students will face the new syllabus, curriculum, and grade on a
It is the biggest changes for Queensland senior schooling in more than 40 years.
The main changes are:
- Changing from OP to ATAR (Australian Tertiary Administration Rank).
- A total of 80 senior syllabuses will be reviewed, including Chinese and Japanese syllabuses.
- For most subjects including Chinese and Japanese, external assessments will contribute 25% to a student’s final result.
- From a syllabus to subject result.
For details, please see this link.
Why senier schooling in Queensland is changing? The below video tells you about the reasons.
While the teachers have started preparing the new system, as a year 11 or year 12 student, are you ready?
If you are the parents of a year 11 or year 12 student, you may also want to know how to help your child cope with the new Chinese & Japanese curriculum.
For people who want to read the who new Chinese and Japanese syllabuses, please click the below links.
From what we have heard the new Chinese and Japanese syllabuses are more charleging especially on writing. The students are required to memorise more Chinese caractors or Japanese Kanji.
To help Year 11 & 12 high school prepare for the new Chinese and Japanese syllabuses, we plan to have summer classes high school students.
Please tell us what time you think is better.