Term 1: Parent/Teacher interviews: an opportunity for a one on one meeting with your child’s teacher. These normally occur around week 5, the school closes at lunchtime and you are able to select a 10 minute time slot for a chat.

Term 2: Written report: At the end of semester you will be provided with written feedback on your child’s progress. This will include a grade given against the curriculum content that has been taught. All subject areas will be given a grade; Satisfactory or C means that they are working at the level expected of them. English and mathematics will provide more detailed feedback whilst the other subject areas will include a statement that explains what has been taught that semester.

Term 3: Learning Journey: You will be invited to the school to visit your child’s classroom. They will take some time to explain to you what they have been studying and, maybe, involve you in an activity.

Term 4: Written Report: Written report: at the end of semester you are provided with written feedback on your child’s progress. This will include a grade given against the curriculum content for that year. All subject areas will be given a grade; Satisfactory or C means that they are working at the level expected of them. English and mathematics will provide more detailed feedback whilst the other subject areas will include a statement that explains what has been taught that semester.

In Year 3 & 5 students participate in NAPLAN, national testing in literacy and numeracy. As a school we use a range of other assessments throughout the year to help inform us about the areas of strength and weakness that your child may have.