Reporting

Reporting at College Street Normal School

Statutory Requirements

We are required to report to students and their parents on the student’s progress and achievement in relation to the National Standards. Reporting to parents in plain language in writing must occur at least twice per year.

Reporting for Years 1-3

We are now required to report to parents after their child has been at school one year, after two years and after three years.

Three-way Conferences:
Teacher, Parent, Child Conferences occur for all children at the end of Term 1.

The following is shared with you by the teacher and your child:
•    Current assessment data in Literacy and Numeracy,
•    Areas of strength,
•    Areas of need and what support your child is receiving to target these needs,
•    Next step learning in Literacy and Numeracy,
•    Information around the Attributes of the CS Kid. (CS Kids: Are Thinkers, Strive for Excellence, Use the Habits of Mind, Use the Habits of Heart, Learn with Others, and Are Healthy and Happy)

Written Reporting: Year 1-3

Interim Report:

All children in Year 1-3 will receive a Written Report on a half birthday (20, 60 and 100 weeks).
This report will include:
•    Assessment data for Literacy and Numeracy.
•    A progress update for how you child is tracking towards the up and coming National Standard and College Street Standards.
•    Next Step Learning in Literacy and Numeracy.

Anniversary Report:

All children in Year 1-3 will receive a Written Report on a Whole Birthday (40, 80 and 120 weeks).
This report will include:
•    Assessment data for Literacy and Numeracy.
•    Written achievement information against the National Standards and the College Street Standards.
•    Achievement against the National Standards tracked over time. (Above, At, Below or Well Below the Standard)
•    Next Step Learning in Literacy and Numeracy.

Reporting before June:

Accompanying one written report per child in the first half of the year, will be information about how you can help your child at home in Literacy and Numeracy.

Reporting after June:

Accompanying one written report per child in the second half of the year, will be written information about the Attributes of the College Street Kid and a comment from the Principal.

Report Example

Reporting for Years 4-6

We are required to report to parents against the National Standards at the End of Year 4, 5 and 6. As a result of the change in when we are required to report for children in Years 4-6,
our reporting system changes.

Three-way Conferences:

Teacher, Parent, Child Conferences occur for all children at the end of Term 1.

The following is shared with you by the teacher and your child:
•    Current assessment data in Literacy and Numeracy,
•    Areas of strength,
•    Areas of need and what support your child is receiving to target these needs,
•    Next step learning in Literacy and Numeracy,
•    Information around the Attributes of the CS Kid. (CS Kids: Are Thinkers, Strive for Excellence, Use the Habits of Mind, Use the Habits of Heart, Learn with Others, and Are Healthy and Happy)

Written Reporting:

Mid Year Report: (End of Term 2)

This report will include:
•    Assessment data for Literacy and Numeracy.
•    A progress update for how you child is tracking towards the up and coming National Standard and College Street Standards.
•    Next Step Learning in Literacy and Numeracy.
•    Information about how you can help at home.

End of Year Report: (End of Term 4)

This report will include:
•    Assessment data for Literacy and Numeracy.
•    Written achievement information against the National Standards and the College Street Standards.
•    Achievement against the National Standards tracked over time. (Above, At, Below or Well Below the Standard)
•    Next Step Learning in Literacy and Numeracy.
•    Information about the Attributes of the College Street Kid.
•    Principal’s Comment.

End of year reporting