The most important aspect of the CAS programme, other than the activities themselves, are the learning outcomes. To complete the CAS requirement, at the end of the programme, students must provide evidence that all eight learning outcomes have been met. Some may be demonstrated many times, in a variety of activities, but completion requires only that every outcome is met.
To demonstrate these learning outcomes have successfully been met students will need to present the evidence they have collected over the two years. Usually evidence will be in the form of written reflections, but can also include photos, video, pod casts or other suitable medium. Students will be presenting this evidence either through a digital portfolio of their learning, visual presentation to their peers, or a panel interview with the CAS team. Specific details will be discussed closer to the completion of the CAS programme in grade 12.