Frequently Asked Questions - For School administrators

Question: What is Tax, Super + You?
What is Tax, Super + You?
Answer:

Tax, Super + You is an educational online resource provided free of charge by the ATO. Teachers can use this resource to help their students improve their understanding of the Australian tax and super systems.

The resource is a complete learning management system. Its content aligns to the Australian Curriculum, focusing on secondary school students in years 7 to 10.

The resource incorporates:

Question: Is Tax, Super + You aligned with the curriculum?
Is Tax, Super + You aligned with the curriculum?
Answer:

Tax, Super + You  is aligned with the curriculum and these linkages can be explored using the resources below.

Question: Why is my old Tax, Super + You account not working?
Why is my old Tax, Super + You account not working?
Answer:

Tax, Super + You has been updated for 2015 and beyond. 

Any account you had for Tax, Super + You before January 2015 no longer exists.

Question: How do I request access to Tax, Super + You on behalf of my school?
How do I request access to Tax, Super + You on behalf of my school?
Answer:

To obtain a school account, you will need to follow these steps:

Question: Why was my request for School Administrator access rejected?
Why was my request for School Administrator access rejected?
Answer:

Your request for School Administrator access will be rejected if we cannot verify your details provided in the request form.

If your request is rejected because we cannot verify your details, you will be given a new Student account in Tax, Super + You which you can access with the Username and password you entered.

Question: I am a Tax, Super + You School Administrator. If I go on leave or leave the school permanently, can I appoint another member of staff to become the new School Administrator?
I am a Tax, Super + You School Administrator. If I go on leave or leave the school permanently, can I appoint another member of staff to become the new School Administrator?
Question: A teacher has left the school permanently. As School Administrator, what do I need to do?
A teacher has left the school permanently. As School Administrator, what do I need to do?
Answer:

As School Administrator, it’s important to have a smooth transition of Teachers leaving and entering Tax, Super + You courses to minimise disruption to students.

If the outgoing Teacher did not update their user profile and provide their username and password to the incoming Teacher, you will need to contact the ATO Help Desk. To allocate the incoming Teacher to the outgoing Teacher’s Tax, Super + You class/es, you will need to email the ATO Help Desk and provide the following details:

Question: How do I create an account for a teacher at my school?
How do I create an account for a teacher at my school?
Answer:

To create a Teacher account in Tax, Super + You for another teacher at your school you will need to follow these steps:

Question: How do I create a new class?
How do I create a new class?
Answer:

To create a new class for your students, follow these steps:

Question: How do I enrol my students into my class?
How do I enrol my students into my class?
Answer:

When you create a new class in Tax, Super + You, the system will send you an email with course details and registration instructions.

You need to send these details to your students to help them enrol into your class and also to register for Tax, Super + You if they have not already done so.

After your students have requested enrolment into your class, follow these steps:

Question: How do my students enrol without the course email?
How do my students enrol without the course email?
Answer:

If you do not have the email sent from Tax, Super + You when you created your class, you will need to follow these steps to enrol your students into your class:

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