Registrations have closed for both of the following Implementation seminars
as of Monday 20 November:

We’re thrilled to be able to say that printing is almost complete for our new VCE Sociology 1+2 textbook – these will start to appear on bookshelves next week.

This year, for all of our texts, we are recommending that teachers order themselves a copy of new textbooks via their booklist provider (we’re flat out and will be unable to fulfill small orders ourselves – those of fewer than 5 texts – until February next year). We don’t supply gratis teacher copies – instead, we offer a bulk discount of 10% for orders of 10 or more textbooks, as well as our 25% discount for booksellers (some of the benefit of which we imagine they should pass on to you as a teacher if you're booklisting the text with them).

Please note – if you’re hoping to secure an eBook copy of any of our texts as part of a ‘bundle’, you will need to place an order with a bookseller who has an eBook platform (we don’t have one). We currently have eBook licensing agreements with the following providers, however if your school has a different preferred provider, the provider is very welcome to get in touch with us to discuss licensing.

VCAA have now released a raft of resources designed to support teachers in planning, teaching and assessing both new study designs, including online video presentations. Click the links below and scroll down to the ‘2024 Implementation’ accordion box to access these:

VCAA | VCE Sociology resources

VCAA | VCE Politics resources

Our 2023 trial exams have now been released – click here to place your order.

One of the really exciting things that we get to do at SEV, thanks to the support of our members, teachers and students across the state, is create textbook for each of our VCE subjects. We're a very small publisher, with all the proceeds from our textbooks being reinvested back into running SEV as a non-profit teacher association. This allows us to support you and develop resources with the needs of the community front-of-mind.

Crafted by experienced teachers and assessors of VCE Sociology, Global Politics and Australian Politics, our trial exams are designed to align closely with VCAA examinations requirement, and best prepare students for end-of-year assessments.

This year’s Annual General Meeting is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 16 May @ Our Community House, 552 Victoria St, North Melbourne (note the change from Graduate House in Carlton).

In case you missed it – details for the new study designs for VCE Sociology and VCE Politics have been release by VCAA (using the links below, you can scroll down and select ‘2024 implementation’):

Thanks to everyone who made it for our first in-person conference since 2020 – your participation and engagement made it a resounding success. To the presenters and facilitators, thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with us. Your dedication to your profession and your willingness to share your wisdom hasn’t gone unnoticed, and we’re all so grateful for the time and effort you took to make the conference informative and enjoyable.