Australian Curriculum

Australian Curriculum

The education system in Australia works under four broad categories

1. Primary School: The timespan of primary school is generally somewhere between 7-8 years. It starts right from kindergarten (also known as pre-school) to Year 6 or 7.

2. Secondary School: It generally begins from year 7 or 8 and is upto Year 10.

3. Senior Secondary School: It continues from Year 11 to Year 12.

4. Tertiary Education: It consists of further studies and vocational education and training (VET).

The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is a public system which includes qualifications in post-compulsory education. It consists of 10 levels and connects school, professional and advanced educational qualifications into a solitary public framework, permitting simple development from one level of study to another.

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Levels Of Australian Curriculum


The pre-school years are extremely crucial in the process of getting the children ready for school and preparing them to viably engage themselves in learning opportunities in the future. Here at Acadeos, we value each and every child and provide individual care so that they are able enough to explore not only their personal capabilities but also the world around them.

Primary School:

Years in the Primary School are considered to be the building blocks for a promising future. It focuses on developing basic literacy, foundational numerical concepts, social skills and the essential knowledge of the world in general. Acadeos takes care of not only the academic front but also looks after the overall development of the child, which is equally important. Here, we encourage them to identify their potentials and try to strengthen their academic base by improving their aptitude. Also, we teach them using modules, video lectures and interactive sessions, which makes learning fun and interesting.

High School:

As students move from primary school to secondary school, subject matters become specific and much more detailed. It requires comprehensive study and better understanding of each subject in order to do well. The highly qualified faculties at Acadeos have years of experience and they help the students to get a better grip of the subject by providing regular classes, detailed lectures and extensive study materials that can be accessed anytime from the comfort of their home, ensuring complete understanding of the subject and better results.


The primary objective of Vocational Education and Training is to equip the students with the necessary skills and expertise in order to work efficiently across the wide scope of employment fields. We at Acadeos do just that!

National Curriculum and Assessments

The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) has developed a national assessment for schools which is common across every school, from Kindergarten to Year 12.

The National Assessment Program— Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) is an annual examination conducted for students in Years 3,5,7 and 9, undertaken nationwide, every year. It tests the skills which are consistent with the school curriculum and are essential for every student to progress through school and life in general, such as, reading, writing, language conventions and numeracy. We at Acadeos prepare the students for such examinations and provide all the necessary support to them with appropriate classes, reading materials, regular assessments, doubt clearing sessions with faculties and monthly feedback in order to track their progress over time. We do everything that is required by the students in order to sweep through the examinations.

Acadeos believes in escalating the potentials of it’s students by enhancing their capabilities and helping them to breeze through all the hurdles of life.

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