Non-completion of HSC school-based assessment: principals must warn students
Last Updated: 1 April 2019
If it appears that a student is at risk of not meeting the school-based assessment requirements in a course, a warning must be given.
The principal must:
- advise the student in writing, in time for the problem to be corrected, specifying details of action required by the student and alerting the student to the possible consequences of a non-completion ('N') determination
- advise the parent or guardian in writing if the student is under 18
- request from the student and/or parent/guardian a written acknowledgement of the warning
- issue at least one follow-up warning letter (if the student is still at risk of not meeting requirements)
- retain a copy of the warning notice and other relevant documentation.