Find out what training and support is provided for schools transitioning in 2020.
Queensland schools successfully participated in NAPLAN Online.
Find activities to develop students’ ICT skills.
Find out about Queensland’s readiness program.
Foster contemporary teaching practices to support digital capability.
Develop a whole-school approach to student, staff and school readiness.
Find out about the ICT skills students need for online assessment.
Benefits for students, staff and schools.
Access online networking spaces for
state schools (DoE login required) and
Independent Schools Queensland (ISQ login required).
Develop test schedule options.
Plan your whole-school transition approach to NAPLAN Online.
Browse the range of high quality resources.
Get in touch with the people who can support your school in transitioning to NAPLAN Online.
Gain answers to the most frequently asked questions about NAPLAN Online.
Access our quick reference guide on the terms used in this website.
Queensland pilot schools participated in training and trialled the national platform in August 2016. The public demonstration site launched.
Schools that have nominated to move to NAPLAN Online in 2018 were trained and supported.
83 Queensland schools successfully moved to NAPLAN Online.
Schools moving to NAPLAN Online are trained and supported.
Schools move to NAPLAN Online unless their circumstances prevent them from doing so.
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