NAPLAN 2017 Education Results

NAPLAN 2017 Education Results Years 3 to 9

The NAPLAN 2017 results in Australia show how highly influenced the results are by each child’s parents education level.

Victoria, ACT and NSW topped the charts for Education results in most categories this year.

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NAPLAN 2017 Education Results Years 3 to 9

Victoria, ACT and New South Wales topped the charts for the Education results in most categories this year.

The results for Students, by their Parental Education level, shows that parents have an important role in the education results of their Children.
A breakdown for Year 9 example of this is shown on the Year 9 NAPLAN page.

2017 Naplan Results Year 9

  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 9 Reading. NSW and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 9 Writing. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 9 Spelling. ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 9 Grammar and Punctuation. ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males with ACT and Qld for Females.
  • Males in All States scored higher than Females in NAPLAN Year 9 Numeracy. ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males with NSW and Victoria and ACT for Females.

2017 Naplan Results Year 7

  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 7 Reading. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 7 Writing. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 7 Spelling. NSW and ACT had the highest Results for Males, and Victoria and NSW had the highest Results for Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 7 Grammar and Punctuation. Victoria, ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Males in All States except NT scored higher than Females in NAPLAN Year 7 Numeracy. Victoria, ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Victoria and ACT for Females.

2017 Naplan Results Year 5

  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 5 Reading. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 5 Writing. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 5 Spelling. Victoria and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 5 Grammar and Punctuation. ACT and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Males in All States higher than Females in NAPLAN Year 5 Numeracy. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.

2017 Naplan Results Year 3

  • Females in all States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 3 Reading. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 3 Writing. Victoria and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 3 Spelling. Victoria and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Females in All States scored higher than Males in NAPLAN Year 3 Grammar and Punctuation. Victoria and ACT had the highest Results for Males and Females.
  • Males in All States except NT scored higher than Females in NAPLAN Year 3 Numeracy. Victoria and NSW had the highest Results for Males and Victoria and ACT for Females.


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