KLA PROGRAM

Please click on the links below to view KLA due dates for each year level.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10


KLA Program 2017

Cranbourne Secondary College sets high expectations about student learning. The College is committed to ensuring that every student develops the knowledge, skills, and attributes that they need to become life-long learners and productive citizens in a rapidly changing world. In 2017 we are continuing with the Key Learning Activity (KLA) Program at Years 8, 9 and 10. All students in Years 8, 9 and 10 are expected to complete Key Learning Activities on time and to an appropriate standard.

Students in years 8, 9 and 10 will continue to have Key Learning Activities delivered in class. They will be given class time to complete the task. If they do not complete and submit work in time allocated parents/guardians will receive a text message advising that a KLA is overdue to their nominated mobile number on Compass and they can log in to see which task is overdue.

It is important that teachers accurately authenticate student assessment and that students have equal access to their teacher during class time to complete work. This highlights the importance of regular student attendance to help guarantee that key learning is not missed to achieve successful outcomes.

If a Key Learning Activity is deemed to be of an unsatisfactory standard, parents will receive an SMS alert and the student will be expected to complete the work to a satisfactory standard.

Assessment schedules will be published on the college website and at the start of each term on the Compass News Feed so parents/guardians and students can clearly see which KLAs will be delivered throughout the semester.   

Parents/guardians and students will continue to have access to Compass to view KLA details, due dates, and submission status and we recommend that you use this tool regularly to see that status of your student’s work as well as the feedback and reporting of their tasks. All interim and semester reports are available at the end of term via Compass.

If a student is having trouble completing a KLA in the time allocated or have queries about the submission of their work, they need to see their subject teacher.

If a parent/guardian receives a text and have any questions or concerns they may contact the subject teacher.

This year we are slightly altering program and longer feel it is necessary to run our afterschool redemption sessions.


Mila Milenkovich

Reporting and Assessment Leader