Academic reporting involves communicating information to parents, carers and students about student achievement and progress for each learning area/subject undertaken, at a point in time. Reporting builds the school-parent partnership to improve student learning. School reporting processes are clear and transparent for parents, so they understand:
- the learning expectations for the student;
- the student's achievement against expected standards;
- how well the student is engaging with the expected learning; and
- how the student may be able to improve.
Moorooka State School provide written reports at least twice a year, in Term 2 and Term 4. We also offer parents opportunities to discuss their child's educational performance during parent-teacher interviews in Term 1 and Term 3.