The VCAA is an independent statutory body responsible to the Victorian Minister for Education, serving both government and non-government schools.
The mission of the VCAA is to provide high quality curriculum, assessment and reporting that enables individual lifelong learning.
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) came into operation on 1 March 2001 and is the successor to the Board of Studies. It is an independent statutory authority primarily accountable to the Minister for Education, serving both government and non-government schools. The VCAA is also responsible to the Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development and the Minister for Higher Education and Skills in relation to sections of Part 2.5 of the Act that they administer.
The VCAA was established under the repealed Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority Act 2000 and continues to operate under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (the Act).
The Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) showcases excellent student work through the VCE Season of Excellence.
The VCE Season of Excellence presents works created by VCE students in design, technology, multimedia and the cinematic, visual and performing arts through exhibitions, screenings and performances supported by education talks, forums and panel discussions, catalogues, programs and online material