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    OUTCOMES FOR ALL K6 KEY LEARNING AREAS (includes new 2002 Mathematics outcomes)


    Strands and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 substrands

     Talking and


    TES1.1 Communicates TS1.1 Communicates with TS2.1 Communicates in TS3.1 Communicates Talking and with peers and known an increasing range of informal and formal effectively for a range of Listening adults in informal people for a variety of classroom activities in purposes and with a variety situations and structured purposes on both familiar school and social situations of audiences to express activities dealing briefly and introduced topics in for an increasing range of well-developed, well-with familiar topics. spontaneous and structured purposes on a variety of organised ideas dealing classroom activities. topics across the with more challenging curriculum. topics.

    Demonstrates TS1.2 Interacts in more TS2.2 Interacts effectively TS3.2 Interacts TES1.2 Skills and basic skills of classroom extended ways with less in groups and pairs, productively and with Strategies and group interaction, teacher intervention, adopting a range of roles, autonomy in pairs and makes brief oral makes increasingly uses a variety of media and groups of various sizes and presentations and listens confident oral uses various listening composition, uses effective with reasonable presentations and generally strategies for different oral presentation skills and attentiveness. listens attentively. situations. strategies and listens attentively.

    TES1.3 Recognises that TS1.3 Recognises a range TS2.3 Identifies the effect TS3.3 Discusses ways in Context and Text there are different kinds of of purposes and audiences of purpose and audience on which spoken language spoken texts and shows for spoken language and spoken texts and differs from written emerging awareness of considers how own talking distinguishes between language and how spoken school purposes and and listening are adjusted different varieties of language varies according expectations for using in different situations. English. to different contexts. spoken language.

    TES1.4 With teacher TS1.4 Recognises that TS2.4 Identifies common TS3.4 Evaluates the Language guidance, identifies some different types of organisational patterns and organisational patterns of Structures and basic language features of predictable spoken texts some characteristic some more challenging Features familiar spoken texts. have different language features of a few spoken texts and some organisational patterns and types of predictable spoken characteristic language features. texts. features.


    RES1.5 Demonstrates RS1.5 Reads a wider RS2.5 Reads RS3.5 Reads Reading and developing reading skills range of texts on less independently a wide range independently an extensive Viewing Texts to read short, predictable familiar topics with of texts on increasingly range of texts with written texts on familiar increasing independence challenging topics and increasing content topics. and understanding, making justifies own interpretation demands and responds to connections between own of ideas, information and themes and issues. knowledge and experience events. and information in texts.

    RES1.6 Demonstrates RS1.6 Draws on an RS2.6 Uses efficiently an RS3.6 Uses a Skills and developing reading skills increasing range of skills integrated range of skills comprehensive range of Strategies and strategies when and strategies when and strategies when skills and strategies reading books, dealing reading and reading and interpreting appropriate to the type of with print and comprehending texts. written texts. text being read. comprehending texts.

    RES1.7 Demonstrates an RS1.7 Understands that RS2.7 Discusses how RS3.7 Critically analyses Context and Text emerging awareness that texts are constructed by writers relate to their techniques used by writers written and visual texts people and identifies ways readers in different ways, to create certain effects, to convey meaning and in which texts differ how they create a variety use language creatively, to recognises that there are according to their purpose, of worlds through language position the reader in different kinds of texts that audience and subject and how they use language various ways and to serve different purposes. matter. to achieve a wide range of construct different purposes. interpretations of experience.

    RES1.8 Identifies some RS1.8 Identifies the text RS2.8 Discusses the text RS3.8 Identifies the text Language basic language structures structure and basic structure of a range of text structure of a wider range Structures and and features of texts. grammatical features of a types and the grammatical of more complex text types Features limited range of text types. features that are and discusses how the characteristic of those text characteristic grammatical types. features work to influence readers’ and viewers’ understanding of texts. 1


    WES1.9 Engages in WS1.9 Plans, reviews and WS2.9 Drafts, revises, WS3.9 Produces a wide Producing Texts writing texts with the produces a small range of proofreads and publishes range of well-structured intention of conveying an simple literary and factual well-structured texts that and well-presented literary idea or message. texts for a variety of are more demanding in and factual texts for a wide purposes on familiar topics terms of topic, audience variety of purposes and for known readers. and written language audiences using features. increasingly challenging topics, ideas, issues and written language features.

    WES1.10 Produces simple WS1.10 Produces texts WS2.10 Produces texts WS3.10 Uses knowledge Grammar and texts that show the using the basic clearly, effectively and of sentence structure, Punctuation emergence of the grammar grammatical features and accurately, using the grammar and punctuation and punctuation needed to punctuation conventions of sentence structure, to edit own writing. achieve the purpose of the the text type. grammatical features and text. punctuation conventions of the text type.

    WS3.11 Spells most WES1.11 Begins to use WS1.11 Uses knowledge WS2.11 Uses knowledge Spelling common words letters to represent known of sight words and letter-of letter-sound words when spelling. sound correspondences and correspondences, common accurately and uses a a variety of strategies to letter patterns and a range range of strategies to spell familiar words. of strategies to spell spell unfamiliar words. familiar and unfamiliar words.

    WES1.12 Produces most WS1.12 Produces texts WS2.12 Uses joined WS3.12 Produces texts in Handwriting and lower-case and upper-case using letters of consistent letters when writing in a fluent and legible style Computer letters and uses computer size and slope in NSW NSW Foundation Style and and uses computer Technology technology to begin to Foundation Style and using demonstrates basic desktop technology to present these construct texts. computer technology. publishing skills on the effectively in a variety of computer. ways.

    WES1.13 Recognises WS1.13 Identifies how WS2.13 Discusses how WS3.13 Critically Context and Text some different purposes own texts differ according own texts are adjusted to analyses own texts in terms for writing and that own to their purpose, audience relate to different readers, of how well they have been texts differ in various and subject matter. how they develop the written, how effectively ways. subject matter and how they present the subject they serve a wide variety matter and how they of purposes. influence the reader.

    Recognises WS1.14 Identifies the WS2.14 Discusses how WS3.14 Critically WES1.14 Language overall text structure and structure of own literary own texts have been evaluates how own texts Structures and basic grammatical features and factual texts and structured to achieve their have been structured to Features of simple texts and some names a limited range of purpose and the achieve their purpose and conventions of written related grammatical grammatical features discusses ways of using language. features and conventions characteristic of the related grammatical of written language. various text types used. features and conventions of written language to shape readers’ and viewers’ understanding of texts.


    Strands and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3



    NES1.1 Counts to 30, NS1.1 Counts, orders, NS2.1 Counts, orders, NS3.1 Orders, reads and Whole Numbers and orders, reads and reads and represents two- reads and records writes numbers of any

    represents numbers in the and three-digit numbers. numbers up to four digits. size.

    range 0 to 20.

    NES1.2 Combines, NS1.2 Uses a range of NS2.2 Uses mental and NS3.2 Selects and applies Addition and separates and compares mental strategies and written strategies for appropriate strategies for Subtraction collections of objects, informal recording addition and subtraction addition and subtraction

    describes using everyday methods for addition and involving two-, three- and with counting numbers of

    language and records subtraction involving four-digit numbers. any size.

    using informal methods. one- and two-digit


    NES1.3 Groups, shares NS1.3 Uses a range of NS2.3 Uses mental and NS3.3 Selects and applies Multiplication and counts collections of mental strategies and informal written appropriate strategies for and Division objects, describes using concrete materials for strategies for multiplication and

    everyday language and multiplication and multiplication and division.

    records using informal division. division.



    NES1.4 Describes halves, NS1.4 Describes and NS2.4 Models, compares NS3.4 Compares, orders Fractions and encountered in everyday models halves and and represents commonly and calculates with Decimals contexts, as two equal quarters, of objects and used fractions and decimals, simple parts of an object. collections, occurring in decimals, adds and fractions and simple

    everyday situations. subtracts decimals to two percentages.

    decimal places, and

    interprets everyday


    No outcome at this stage. NS1.5 Recognises and NS2.5 Describes and NS3.5 Orders the Chance describes the element of compares chance events likelihood of simple

    chance in everyday in social and experimental events on a number line

    events. contexts. from zero to one.

    Patterns and


    PAES1.1 Recognises, PAS1.1 Creates, PAS2.1 Generates, PAS3.1a Records, Patterns and describes, creates and represents and continues describes and records analyses and describes Algebra continues repeating a variety of number number patterns using a geometric and number patterns and number patterns, supplies missing variety of strategies and patterns that involve one patterns that increase or elements in a pattern and completes simple number operation using tables decrease. builds number sentences by calculating and words.

    relationships. missing values.

     PAS3.1b Constructs, verifies and completes

    number sentences

    involving the four

    operations with a variety

    of numbers.


    DES1.1 Represents and DS1.1 Gathers and DS2.1 Gathers and DS3.1 Displays and Data interprets data displays organises data, displays organises data, displays interprets data in graphs made from objects and data using column and data using tables and with scales of many-to-

    pictures. picture graphs, and graphs, and interprets the one correspondence.

    interprets the results. results.


    MES1.1 Describes length MS1.1 Estimates, MS2.1 Estimates, MS3.1 Selects and uses Length and distance using measures, compares and measures, compares and the appropriate unit and everyday language and records lengths and records lengths, distances device to measure compares lengths using distances using informal and perimeters in metres, lengths, distances and direct comparison. units, metres and centimetres and perimeters.

    centimetres. millimetres.

    MES1.2 Describes area MS1.2 Estimates, MS2.2 Estimates, MS3.2 Selects and uses Area using everyday language measures, compares and measures, compares and the appropriate unit to and compares areas using records areas using records the areas of calculate area, including direct comparison. informal units. surfaces in square the area of squares,

    centimetres and square rectangles and triangles.


    MES1.3 Compares the MS1.3 Estimates, MS2.3 Estimates, MS3.3 Selects and uses Volume and capacities of containers measures, compares and measures, compares and the appropriate unit to Capacity and volumes of objects or records volumes and records volumes and estimate and measures substances using direct capacities using informal capacities using litres, volumes and capacity, comparison. units. millilitres and cubic including the volume of

    centimetres. rectangular prisms.

    MES1.4 Compares the MS1.4 Estimates, MS2.4 Estimates, MS3.4 Selects and uses Mass masses of two objects measures, compares and measures, compares and the appropriate unit and describes mass using records the masses of two records masses using measuring device to find everyday language. or more objects using kilograms and grams. the mass of objects.

    informal units.

    MES1.5 Sequences MS1.5 Compares the MS2.5 Reads and records MS3.5 Uses twenty-four Time events and uses everyday duration of events using time in one-minute hour time and am and pm language to describe the informal methods and intervals and makes notation in real-life

    duration of activities. reads clocks on the half-comparisons between situations and constructs

    hour. time units. timelines.


    Space and


    SGES1.1 Manipulates, SGS1.1 Models, sorts, SGS2.1 Makes, SG31.1 Identifies three-Three-sorts and represents describes and represents compares, describes and dimensional objects, dimensional three-dimensional objects three-dimensional objects names three-dimensional including particular Space and describes them using including cones, cubes, objects including prisms and pyramids, on everyday language. cylinders, spheres and pyramids, and represents the basis of their

    prisms, and recognises them in drawings. properties, and visualises,

    them in pictures and the sketches and constructs

    environment. them given drawings of

    different views.

    SGES1.2 Manipulates, SGS1.2 Manipulates, SGS2.2a Manipulates, SGS3.2a Manipulates, Two-sorts and describes sorts, represents, compares, sketches and classifies and draws two-dimensional representations of two-describes and explores names two-dimensional dimensional shapes and Space dimensional shapes using various two-dimensional shapes and describes their describes side and angle everyday language. shapes. features. properties.

     SGS2.2b Identifies, SGS3.2b Measures, compares and describes constructs and classifies

    angles in practical angles.


    SGES1.3 Uses everyday SGS1.3 Represents the SGS2.3 Uses simple SGS3.3 Uses a variety of Position language to describe position of objects using maps and grids to mapping skills.

    position and give and models and drawings and represent position and

    follow simple directions. describes using everyday follow routes.




    WMES1.1 Asks WMS1.1 Asks questions WMS2.2 Asks questions WMS3.1 Asks questions Questioning questions that could be that could be explored that could be explored that could be explored explored using using mathematics in using mathematics in using mathematics in mathematics in relation relation to Stage 1 relation to Stage 2 relation to Stage 3

    to Early Stage 1 content. content. content. content.

    WMES1.2 Uses objects, WMS1.2 Uses objects, WMS2.2 Selects and uses WMS3.2 Selects and Applying actions, imagery, diagrams, imagery and appropriate mental or applies appropriate Strategies technology and/or trial technology to explore written strategies, or problem-solving

    and error to explore mathematical problems. technology, to solve strategies, including mathematical problems. problems. technological

    applications, in



    WMES1.3 Describes WMS1.3 Describes WMS2.3 Uses WMS3.3 Describes and Communicating mathematical situations mathematical situations appropriate terminology represents a mathematical using everyday language, and methods using to describe, and symbols situation in a variety of actions, materials and everyday and some to represent, ways using mathematical informal recordings. mathematical language, mathematical ideas. terminology and some

    actions, materials, conventions.

    diagrams and symbols.

    WMES1.4 Uses concrete WMS1.4 Supports WMS2.4 Checks the WMS3.4 Gives a valid Reasoning materials and/or pictorial conclusions by accuracy of a statement reason for supporting one representations to support explaining or and explains the possible solution over conclusions. demonstrating how reasoning used. another.

    answers were obtained.

    WMES1.5 Links WMS1.5 Links WMS2.5 Links WMS3.5 Links Reflecting mathematical ideas and mathematical ideas and mathematical ideas and mathematical ideas and makes connections with, makes connections with, makes connections with, makes connections with, and generalisations and generalisations and generalisations about, and generalisations about, existing about, existing existing knowledge and about, existing knowledge and knowledge and understanding in relation knowledge and understanding in relation understanding in relation to Stage 2 content. understanding in relation to Early Stage 1 content. to Stage 1 content. to Stage 3 content.



    Strands and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 substrands

    Change and Continuity

    CCES1 Describes events CCS1.1 Communicates CCS2.1 Describes events CCS3.1 Explains the Significant or retells stories that the importance of past and and actions related to the significance of particular Events and demonstrate their own present people days and British colonisation of people, groups, places, People heritage and the heritage of events in their life, in the Australia and assesses actions and events in the others. lives of family and changes and consequences. past in developing community members and Australian identities and in other communities. heritage.

    Outcome CCES1 also CCS1.2 Identifies changes CCS2.2 Explains changes CCS3.2 Explains the Time and applies here. and continuities in their in the community and development of the Change own life and in the local family life and evaluates principles of Australian community. the effects of these on democracy. different individuals, groups and environments. Cultures

    CUES1 Communicates CUS1.3 Identifies CUS2.3 Explains how CUS3.3 Describes Identities some common customs, practices, shared customs, practices, different cultural characteristics that all symbols, languages and symbols, languages and influences and their people share, as well as traditions of their family traditions in communities contribution to Australian some of the differences. and other families. contribute to Australian identities. and community identities.

    Outcome CUES1 also CUS1.4 Describes the CUS2.4 Describes CUS3.4 Examines how Cultural applies here. cultural, linguistic and different viewpoints, ways cultures change through Diversity religious practices of their of living, languages and interactions with other family, their community belief systems in a variety cultures and the and other communities. of communities. environment. Environments

    ENES1 Gathers ENS1.5 Compares and ENS2.5 Describes places ENS3.5 Demonstrates an Patterns of information about natural contrasts natural and built in the local area and other understanding of the Place and and built environments and features in their local area parts of Australia and interconnectedness Location communicates some of the and the ways in which explains their significance. between Australia and ways in which they interact people interact with these global environments and with, and can care for, features. how individuals and these environments. groups can act in an ecologically responsible manner.

    Outcome ENES1 also ENS1.6 Demonstrates an ENS2.6 Describes ENS3.6 Explains how Relationship applies here. understanding of the people’s interactions with various beliefs and with Places relationship between environments and identifies practices influence the environments and people. responsible ways of ways in which people interacting with interact with, change and environments. value their environment. Social Systems and Structures

    SSES1 Identifies ways in SSS1.7 Explains how SSS2.7 Describes how and SSS3.7 Describes how Resource which their own needs and people and technologies in why people and Australian people, systems Systems the needs of others are met, systems link to provide technologies interact to and communities are individually and goods and services to meet needs and explains globally interconnected cooperatively. satisfy needs and wants. the effects of these and recognises global interactions on people and responsibilities, cultural the environment. influences and their contribution to Australian identities.

    Outcome SSES1 also SSS1.8 Identifies roles SSS2.8 Investigates rights, SSS3.8 Explains the Roles, Rights applies here. and responsibilities within responsibilities and structures, roles, and families, schools and the decision-making processes responsibilities and Responsibilities local community, and in the school and decision-making processes determines ways in which community and of State and federal they should interact with demonstrates how governments and explains others. participation can contribute why Australians value to the quality of their fairness and socially just school and community life. principles.



    Strands and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 substrands


    BEES1.1 Explores and BES1.1 Creates, modifies BES2.1 Creates, models BES3.1 Creates and Built identifies ways in which or models built and evaluates built evaluates built Environments built environments suit environments to suit the environments, reflecting environments, their users. needs of users. consideration of functional demonstrating and aesthetic factors. consideration of sustainability and aesthetic, cultural, safety and functional issues.

    ICES1.2 Recognises and ICS1.2 Creates a range of ICS2.2 Creates and ICS3.2 Creates and Information and uses various means of information products and evaluates information evaluates information Communication communication. communicates using a products demonstrating an products and processes, variety of media. understanding of the needs demonstrating of particular audiences. consideration of the type of media, form, audience and ethical issues.

    LTES1.3 Identifies ways LTS1.3 Identifies and LTS2.3 Identifies and LTS3.3 Identifies, Living Things in which living things are describes ways in which describes the structure and describes and evaluates the different and have different living things grow and function of living things interactions between living needs. change. and ways in which living things and their effects on things interact with other the environment. living things and their environment.

    PPES1.4 Explores and PPS1.4 Identifies and PPS2.4 Identifies various PPS3.4 Identifies and Physical identifies ways some forms describes different ways forms and sources of applies processes involved Phenomena of energy are used in their some forms of energy are energy and devises systems in manipulating, using and daily lives. used in the community. that use energy. changing the form of energy.

    PSES1.5 Recognises the PSS1.5 Grows, makes or PSS2.5 Creates and PSS3.5 Creates and Products and relationship between processes some products evaluates products and evaluates products and Services everyday products and using a range of services, considering services, demonstrating people’s needs. techniques and materials. aesthetic and functional consideration of factors. sustainability, aesthetic, cultural, safety and functional issues.

    ESES1.6 Explores and ESS1.6 Identifies and ESS2.6 Identifies some of ESS3.6 Recognises that Earth and Its identifies ways the describes ways in which the features of the solar the earth is the source of Surroundings environment influences people and other living system and describes most materials and their daily lives. things depend upon the interactions that affect resources, and describes earth and its environments. conditions on earth. phenomena and processes, both natural and human, that form and change the earth over time.


    INVES1.7 Investigates INVS1.7 Conducts guided INVS2.7 Conducts INVS3.7 Conducts their Investigating their surroundings by investigations by investigations by own investigations and observing, questioning, observing, questioning, observing, questioning, makes judgements based exploring and reporting. predicting, collecting and predicting, testing, on the results of observing, recording data, and collecting, recording and questioning, planning, suggesting possible analysing data, and predicting, testing, explanations. drawing conclusions. collecting, recording and analysing data, and drawing conclusions.

    DMES1.8 Generates own DMS1.8 Develops and DMS2.8 Develops, DMS3.8 Develops and Designing and ideas and designs through implements own design implements and evaluates resolves a design task by Making trial and error, play, ideas in response to an ideas using drawings, planning, implementing modelling and making. investigation of needs and models and prototypes at managing and evaluating wants. appropriate stages of the design processes. design process.

    UTES1.9 Identifies and UTS1.9 Selects and uses a UTS2.9 Selects and uses a UTS3.9 Evaluates, selects Using uses a limited range of range of equipment, range of equipment, and uses a range of Technology equipment, computer-computer-based computer-based equipment, computer-based technology, technology, materials and technology, materials and based technology, materials and other other resources to other resources with materials and other resources when undertake an investigation developing skill to enhance resources to meet the undertaking exploration or design task. investigation and design requirements and and production. tasks. constraints of investigation and design tasks.



    Strands and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 substrands


    COES1.1 Expresses COS1.1 Communicates COS2.1 Uses a variety of COS3.1 Communicates Communicating feelings, needs and wants appropriately in a variety ways to communicate with confidently in a variety of in appropriate ways. of ways. and within groups. situations.

    DMES1.2 Identifies some DMS1.2 Recalls past DMS2.2 Makes decisions DMS3.2 Makes informed Decision-making options available when experiences in making as an individual and as a decisions and accepts making simple decisions. decisions. group member. responsibility for consequences.

    INES1.3 Relates well to INS1.3 Develops positive INS2.3 Makes positive INS3.3 Acts in ways that Interacting others in work and play relationships with peers contributions in group enhance the contribution of situations. and other people. activities. self and others in a range of cooperative situations.

    MOES1.4 Demonstrates a MOS1.4 Demonstrates MOS2.4 Displays a focus MOS3.4 Refines and Moving general awareness of how maturing performance of on quality of movement in applies movement skills basic movement skills basic movement and applying movement skills creatively to a variety of apply in play and other compositional skills in a to a variety of familiar and challenging situations. introductory movement variety of predictable new situations. experiences. situations.

    PSES1.5 Seeks help as PSS1.5 Draws on past PSS2.5 Uses a range of PSS3.5 Suggests, Problem-solving needed when faced with experiences to solve problem-solving strategies. considers and selects simple problems. familiar problems. appropriate alternatives when resolving problems.


    ALES1.6 Develops a ALS1.6 Participates in ALS2.6 Discusses the ALS3.6 Shows how to Active Lifestyle repertoire of physical physical activity, relationship between maintain and improve the activities in which they can recognising that it can be regular and varied physical quality of an active participate. both enjoyable and activity and health. lifestyle. important for health.

    DAES1.7 Moves in DAS1.7 Performs simple DAS2.7 Performs familiar DAS3.7 Performs a range Dance response to various stimuli. dance sequences movement patterns in a of dance styles and incorporating basic variety of dance situations. sequences confidently. movement skills and patterns.

    GSES1.8 Demonstrates GSS1.8 Performs GSS2.8 Participates and GSS3.8 Applies Games and fundamental movement fundamental movement uses equipment in a variety movement skills in games Sports skills while playing with skills with equipment in of games and modified and sports that require and sharing equipment. minor games. sports. communication, cooperation, decision-making and observation of rules.

    GDES1.9 Identifies how GDS1.9 Describes the GDS2.9 Describes life GDS3.9 Explains and Growth and people grow and change. characteristics that make changes and associated demonstrates strategies for Development them both similar to others feelings. dealing with life changes. and unique.

    GYES1.10 Performs basic Follows a Demonstrates Demonstrates GYS1.10 GYS2.10 GYS3.10 Gymnastics movement patterns to simple sequence that links control in performing coordinated actions of the show actions of the whole basic movement patterns. sequences of introductory body when performing body. gymnastic movements. gymnastic sequences.

    IRES1.11 Identifies how IRS1.11 Identifies the IRS2.11 Describes how IRS3.11 Describes roles Interpersonal individuals care for each ways in which they relationships with a range and responsibilities in Relationships other. communicate, cooperate of people enhance well-developing and and care for others. being. maintaining positive relationships.

    PHES1.2 Displays basic PHS1.12 Recognises that PHS2.12 Discusses the PHS3.12 Explains the Personal Health positive health practices. positive health choices can factors influencing personal consequences of personal Choices promote well-being. health choices. lifestyle choices.

    SLES1.13 Demonstrates a SLS1.13 Recognises that SLS2.13 Discusses how SLS3.13 Describes safe Safe Living developing awareness of their safety depends on the safe practices promote practices that are the concepts of safe and environment and the personal well-being. appropriate to a range of unsafe living. behaviour of themselves situations and and others. environments.



    Art forms and Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 substrands

     Visual Arts

    VAES1.1 Makes simple VAS1.1 Makes artworks VAS2.1 Represents the VAS3.1 Investigates Making pictures and other kinds of in a particular way about qualities of experiences and subject matter in an artworks about things and experiences of real and things that are interesting attempt to represent experiences. imaginary things. or beautiful by choosing likenesses of things in the among aspects of subject world. matter.

    VAES1.2 Experiments VAS1.2 Uses the forms to VAS2.2 Uses the forms to VAS3.2 Makes artworks with a range of media in make artworks according suggest the qualities of for different audiences, selected forms. to varying requirements. subject matter. assembling materials in a variety of ways.

    VAES1.3 Recognises VAS1.3 Realises what VAS2.3 Acknowledges VAS3.3 Acknowledges Appreciating some of the qualities of artists do, who they are that artists make artworks that audiences respond in different artworks and and what they make. for different reasons and different ways to artworks begins to realise that artists that various interpretations and that there are different make artworks. are possible. opinions about the value of artworks.

    VAES1.4 Communicates VAS1.4 Begins to VAS2.4 Identifies VAS3.4 Communicates their ideas about pictures interpret the meaning of connections between about the ways in which and other kinds of artworks, acknowledging subject matter in artworks subject matter is artworks. the roles of artist and and what they refer to, and represented in artworks. audience. appreciates the use of particular techniques.


    MUES1.1 Participates in MUS1.1 Sings, plays and MUS2.1 Sings, plays and MUS3.1 Sings, plays and Performing simple speech, singing, moves to a range of music, moves to a range of music, moves to a range of music, playing and moving demonstrating an demonstrating a basic individually and in groups, activities, demonstrating awareness of musical knowledge of musical demonstrating a an awareness of musical concepts. concepts. knowledge of musical concepts. concepts.

    MUES1.2 Creates own MUS1.2 Explores, MUS2.2 Improvises MUS3.2 Improvises, Organising rhymes, games, songs and creates, selects and musical phrases, organises experiments, selects, Sound simple compositions. organises sound in simple sounds and explains combines and orders sound structures. reasons for choices. using musical concepts.

    MUS1.3 Uses symbol MUS2.3 Uses commonly MUS3.3 Notates and systems to represent understood symbols to discusses own work and sounds. represent own work. the work of others.

    MUES1.4 Listens to and MUS1.4 Responds to a MUS2.4 Identifies the use MUS3.4 Identifies the use Listening responds to music. range of music, expressing of musical concepts and of musical concepts and likes and dislikes and the musical symbols in a range symbols in a range of reasons for these choices. of repertoire. musical styles. Drama

    DRAES1.1 Uses DRAS1.1 Takes on roles DRAS2.1 Takes on and DRAS3.1 Develops a Making imagination and the in drama to explore sustains roles in a variety range of in-depth and elements of drama in familiar and imagined of drama forms to express sustained roles. imaginative play and situations. meaning in a wide range of dramatic situations. imagined situations.

    DRAS1.2 Conveys story, DRAS2.2 Builds the DRAS3.2 Interprets and depicts events and action of the drama by conveys dramatic meaning expresses feelings by using using the elements of by using the elements of the elements of drama and drama, movement and drama and a range of the expressive skills of voice skills. movement and voice skills movement and voice. in a variety of drama forms.

    DRAES1.3 Dramatises DRAS1.3 Interacts DRAS2.3 Sequences the DRAS3.3 Devises, acts Performing personal experiences using collaboratively to action of the drama to and rehearses drama for movement, space and communicate the action of create meaning for an performance to an objects. the drama with others. audience. audience.

    DRAES1.4 Responds to DRAS1.4 Appreciates DRAS2.4 Responds to, DRAS3.4 Responds Appreciating dramatic experiences. dramatic work during the and interprets, drama critically to a range of making of their own drama experiences and drama works and and the drama of others. performances. performance styles. 8


    DAES1.1 Participates in DAS1.1 Performs dances DAS2.1 Performs dances DAS3.1 Performs and Performing dance activities and demonstrating expressive from a range of contexts interprets dances from demonstrates an awareness qualities and control over a demonstrating movement particular contexts, using a of body parts, control over range of locomotor and skills, expressive qualities wide range of movement movement and expressive non-locomotor movement. and an understanding of the skills and appropriate qualities. elements of dance. expressive qualities.

    DAES1.2 Explores DAS1.2 Explores and DAS2.2 Explores, selects DAS3.2 Explores, selects, Composing movement, using the selects movement, using and combines movement, organises and refines elements of dance in the elements of dance to using the elements of dance movement, using the response to a stimulus to express ideas, feelings or to communicate ideas, elements of dance to express ideas, feelings or moods. feelings or moods. communicate intent. moods.

    DAES1.3 Responds to and DAS1.3 Gives personal DAS2.3 Gives personal DAS33 Discusses and Appreciating communicates about the opinions about the dances opinions about the use of interprets the relationship dances they view and/or and their purpose that they elements and meaning in between content, meaning experience. view and/or experience. their own and others’ and context of their own dances. and others’ dances.


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