Reporting to parents 

The school reports to parents regularly on the progress of their child. Reporting methods include:   

"Meet the Teacher" evening

At the beginning of the year a parent/teacher meeting is held to meet parents/guardians and explain class routines, timetables, achievement expectations for the particular year level, etc.

Individual Learning Plans

Teachers hold meetings with the parents of targeted students (identified through beginning year assessment data) each term. 

Parents of new entrants (year 0/1) receive a six week report based on their child's first six weeks of school. Parents are also provided with the opportunity to come and meet their child's classroom teacher to discuss this report.

Formal parent interviews/student led conferences

These are held in Term 2 and provide an opportunity for parents and teacher to discuss the child's progress and any issues/next steps.

Written reports

Each child receives two written reports each year.

Students in Years 1 - 3 receive a full report around the anniversary of their school start date, i.e., one year, two years, and three years after their start date. This report shows their achievement against the national standards. At six months, 18 months, and 30 months, they receive an interim report which shows their progress towards the relevant standards.

Students in year 4 and above receive their reports mid year and end of year, regardless of their anniversary dates.

Celebrations of learning

Students share their learning with parents through oral, written, and visual presentations.

Informal parent interviews

Parents are welcome to arrange a time with the class teacher to discuss their child's progress at school.