Assessment & Reporting
At the end of Semester 1 and Semester 2, portfolios and reports will be sent home to each student.
At the end of Semester 1, a time will be made available for a three-way interview between the student, the parent or caregiver and the teacher where the student’s progress will be discussed.
ABOUT THE STUDENT REPORT CARDS
The report cards follow a common format and are written in plain English. They were introduced so that no matter what Victorian Government school your child attends, you will receive a clear picture of your child’s progress that is reported in the same way and against the same state-wide standards in Years Prep to 10.
Key features of the report cards
The report cards have:
- a chart showing your child’s current progress against the expected state-wide standard as well as the progress they have made since the previous year
- a chart showing your child’s level of effort and class behaviour
- details about attendance
- easy to understand comments from teachers outlining what your child knows and can do; any areas in which your child needs to be given further help or extended; and, how this will be done