Profile of Student Achievement – procedures for Stage 6 Preliminary Life Skills courses and Stage 6 HSC Life Skills courses for students who leave school prior to obtaining the Higher School Certificate
Last Updated: 18 December 2017
The Profile of Student Achievement is a cumulative record of a student’s achievement of Life Skills outcomes. Outcomes can be reported as either ‘achieved independently’ or ‘achieved with support’ and are presented under course headings.
The Profile of Student Achievement is intended to provide a complete picture of the student’s achievement of outcomes in Life Skills courses the student has completed.
Schools submit information via Schools Online regarding Stage 6 Preliminary course outcomes that have been achieved, either independently or with support, for all students undertaking Life Skills outcomes at the time of submission of Stage 6 Preliminary course grades.
Outcomes achieved in School Developed Board Endorsed Life Skills courses will not be reported on the Profile of Student Achievement.
The Profile of Student Achievement will be issued by the NSW Education Standards Authority. For students who leave school prior to the completion of the Higher School Certificate, the Profile of Student Achievement will be issued in conjunction with the Record of School Achievement (RoSA) or a Transcript of Study. Students not eligible for a RoSA can access a Transcript of Study through Schools Online.