Victorian Students Receive Naplan Results

30 August 2022

Victorian students will begin receiving their individual NAPLAN results from today, giving their families and hardworking educators the information they need to support students to achieve at school.

Minister for Education Natalie Hutchins today visited Brunswick North West Primary School to acknowledge the hard work of students, staff and school communities right around the state – despite two challenging years of the pandemic.

The state and territory NAPLAN trends – usually published at this time of year – have been delayed by national curriculum body ACARA until a full analysis of the impact of low participation rates is conducted, and are expected late in the year.

NAPLAN Individual Student Reports provide information about what students know and have achieved in reading, writing, conventions of language and numeracy. The reports also provide information on how students have performed against the national average and the national minimum standards.

All students who participated in the NAPLAN tests receive an individual report of their results – and importantly, schools will be able to use the data to inform their teaching and to ensure students get the right support in the areas they need it most.

This year marked the first time students at most schools across the country sat the NAPLAN test online.

Since 2015, the Andrews Labor Government has invested more than $22.2 billion in our Education State reforms, giving every Victorian child the best chance to succeed.

In this period, Victoria has continued to excel and the 2021 NAPLAN resultsclearly showthe lift in the number of top performing primary students in Reading since 2015.

Given the efforts of principals, teachers, parents, carers and students this year we expect that, despite all the challenges of this year, that the 2022 NAPLAN results will show Victoria continuesto be one of the top performing jurisdictions in the country.

The Labor Government has made major investments to support student learning and wellbeing throughout the coronavirus pandemic, including $480 million to deploy more than 10,000 tutors across Victorian schools and a half-a-billion dollars to ensure students receive the mental health and wellbeing support they need.

Quotes attributable to Minister for Education Natalie Hutchins

Congratulations to each and every Victorian student who sat NAPLAN in 2022 after a challenging few years – you should be very proud of your achievements, as well as your resilience.”

Schools, parents and local communities throughout Victoria have worked hard to ensure students have been able to access what they need to get the best learning outcomes possible.”

Reviewed 30 August 2022

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