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School reports


A school report is a summary statement (electronic or paper) that records the achievements of an individual or a group of students at a point in time. Teachers make a judgment based on their shared professional knowledge about how evidence in student work matches the achievement standards.

Students need regular, quality feedback on their achievement and progress to:
  • know what they have achieved in relation to the achievement standards
  • know specific areas in which they need to improve
  • make choices about their future learning goals.

Parents/carers need regular reports to:

  • help understand how well their children are performing in relation to the learning expectations of the Year level they have been taught
  • help them make choices about their child’s future learning goals.

Teachers and schools need systematically collected and meaningful information about student achievement and progress to:

  • plan future teaching and learning
  • make decisions about continuous improvement of their curriculum. 

Schools and teachers have a professional and legal obligation to provide these reports.