Upload NAPLAN Data

Your Details
A:  Obtain your NAPLAN Writing results from the VCAA Data Service.

The data extraction service is accessed as shown below:

B: From the portal select the following, then click EXTRACT
  1. Writing ONLY
  2. Outcome Level Data
  3. Question Level Data

Note:  We do not require DOB or CASES ID so you can de-select these

C: Drop the single ZIP file that you downloaded from the portal here:

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Once you have added all the required files above please Submit and we will be in touch. If you have any questions, please email us at info@scriibi.com.

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You will need to upload 2 files.   These can be export files (Excel or CSV) from your school management system (eg. Compass) or you can make your own.


Introduction to Trait Writing &

Introducing the Traits to Students


The traits of writing are steeped in over 30 years of research and continue to gain popularity worldwide. The research reveals that ‘quality’ writing all share six essential components. They are – ideas, organisation, sentence fluency, word choice, voice and conventions.

Using student examples, strategies and teacher activities, teachers will have a clear understanding of the 6+1 traits of writing and the skills that support them.

Your school will receive:
  • A full set of updated slides and teaching notes will be provided for your school. 



Writing is broken down into 6 traits, plus presentation. The traits are: Ideas, Organisation, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Voice, and Conventions. 

Trait writing helps students develop a critical writer’s eye and assess the main characteristics of writing independent from one another.  

  • It values and nurtures the writing process.
  • It uses a common language for writing. 
  • All children learn that they are writers and writing is celebrated every day.
  • The emphasis is on skill development.  Students are encouraged to revisit the same piece many times, to self evaluate, respond to feedback and set specific and achievable short term goals. 

If students work like this and think about writing as a process, their writing flourishes. Research has proven this!



Dedicating time to explicitly introduce the traits to students is the first step in developing their awareness and understanding of these six key ingredients to good writing and the language that underpins them.

During the workshop, teachers will be guided through three simple steps to successfully roll out the traits across their classroom. 

1.  Rolling out the traits with six mini-lessons

2.  Keeping it simple

3.  Following a common approach