The Victorian Curriculum F-10 provides the framework for curriculum development for Foundation – Year 10. It is structured as a learning continuum that enables teachers to identify the student’s current levels of achievement and then deliver teaching and learning programs that support progression of learning. The curriculum integrates the ‘Towards Foundation Level Victorian Curriculum’ directly into the curriculum and is referred to as ‘Levels A to D’.
The Victorian Curriculum F–10 includes eight learning areas and four capabilities. The curriculum achievement standards are provided in 11 levels for English and Mathematics and in five or six bands for all the other learning areas and capabilities. Achievement standards are provided in four levels (Levels A to D) for students with additional learning needs or a disability.
The Victorian Curriculum F-10 incorporates the Australian Curriculum and reflects Victorian standards and priorities.
See: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) - Victorian Curriculum F-10
More specifically on the VCAA website on “Levels A to D”. See the VCAA link and go to subheading “How does Victorian curriculum F-10 apply to students with disabilities?”