The vision of the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) is to be a global education leader.
The VCAA's mission is to provide high quality curricula, assessment and reporting to enable learning for life.
The VCAA develops and implements the following curricula and assessment:
The VCAA also celebrates student achievement and excellence through
achievement and excellence awards.
Legislation and core functions
The VCAA was established under the repealed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).
To read more about the VCAA's core functions, view the
Education and Training Reform Act.
The VCAA is a 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 Education and the Minister for Training and Skills in relation to sections of
Part 2.5 of the Act that they administer.
For details on VCAA strategic direction, see Strategic Direction 2019–2023.
The VCAA's policies provide detail on corporate guidelines and procedures.
To find out how to lodge a complaint with the VCAA, see
Make a complaint.
Conflict of Interest policies and procedures:
Child safe policy and
Child safe code of conduct.
Gifts, benefits and hospitality policy and procedure.
Public interest disclosure policy and procedures.
Reportable conduct policy and procedures.