Pupil Free Day - Monday 22nd March

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Student Reporting

Reporting To Parents

There are a number of key events where parents can either connect with their child's teacher about the learning within their child's classroom or receive information about their child's learning progress.

Term 1

  • Meet the Teacher night - early term 1
  • Term 1 learning overview -sent home by the end of week 3
  • Parent / Teacher interviews at the end of term 1

Term 2

  • Term 2 learning overview -sent home by the end of week 3
  • Mid-year written report - sent home on the last Thursday of term.

Term 3

  • Term 3 learning overview -sent home by the end of week 3

Term 4

  • Term 4 learning overview -sent home by the end of week 3
  • End of year written report - sent home on the last Thursday of the school year.

Standard of Educational Achievement

The standard of educational achievement is to be used by all South Australian government preschools and schools for monitoring educational progress and achievement for all children and students.

If your child receives a 'satisfactory' or ‘C’ or above in the Australian Curriculum learning areas/subjects. This indicates that the child is achieving at the expected standard in that year level.

Parent concerns

If parents are concerned or have questions about their child's learning, they are encouraged to make time to talk to their child's teacher. Please note teachers do not have time for lengthy conversations as children are entering class or are teaching. We, therefore, encourage all parents to book a time to meet.