The Victorian Curriculum is managed by VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority). All Victorian government and Catholic schools are required to use the Victorian Curriculum F–10. Independent schools may use the Victorian Curriculum F–10 as a model and resource for the effective implementation of the Australian Curriculum.
The Australian Curriculum is managed by The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). Some independent schools in Victoria follow this curriculum in preference to the Victorian Curriculum.
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 incorporates the Australian Curriculum and reflects Victorian priorities and standards. In the Food specialisations learning area students analyse how characteristics and properties of food determine preparation techniques and presentation when creating solutions for healthy eating.
Established in 1958, Home Economics Victoria is a health promotion charity and registered training organisation specialising in home economics, textiles, health promotion & human development for secondary school teachers.
AEF provides school leaders, teachers and students with the global perspectives and tools to amplify their intercultural skills and mindsets. AEF delivers informative resources, national and international professional learning, innovative programs and rich networks that connect Australian schools with over 20 countries in Asia-Pacific.
The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) allows you to read over 1500 children's books online. The books are published in many different countries and languages. It provides free access to high-quality digital books from around the world. You can browse by age, genre, book length, character types.
VCAA has an array of resources to support schools in implementing the VC, including professional learning opportunities. Resources are organised by curriculum areas, cross-curriculum topics and a professional learning program.