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Student report cards. Presentation for Parents of Primary School Students 2007. What are the student report cards?. They are report cards that: will be used in all Government primary and secondary schools to report student achievement in the compulsory years of schooling.

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student report cards

Student report cards

Presentation for

Parents of Primary School Students

2007

slide2

What are the student report cards?

  • They are report cards that:
    • will be used in all Government primary and secondary schools to report student achievement in the compulsory years of schooling.
slide3

Why have the student report cards been introduced?

  • Consultation with parents highlighted a number of issues:
    • variation from school to school;
    • lack of clarity in terms of understanding what their child has achieved and what they can do to support their child’s progress.
slide4

Why have the student report cards been introduced?- continued

  • Student report cards follow a common format and be written in plain English.
  • They have been introduced so that:
    • there is consistency from school to school;
    • parents receive a clear picture of their child’s progress against the same state-wide standards.
slide5

What hasn’t changed?

  • Two reports to parents per year
  • Parent-teacher interviews
slide6

Key features of the report card - Part 1:

  • Achievement at this time of the year
  • Progress at this time of the year
  • Work habits
    • Effort
    • Class behaviour
slide7

Why are there A-E ratings on the student report card?

  • Parents have said they find the current approaches schools use are hard to understand.
  • The A-E ratings will have the same meaning from school to school.
  • They will be used in the same way to report against the same state-wide standards.
slide9

Key features of the report card - Parts 2 and 3

  • What ‘John’ has achieved
  • Areas for improvement/future learning
  • The school will do the following to support ‘John’ in his learning
  • What you can do at home to help ‘John’s’ progress
slide10

Parts 2 and 3 continued

  • Attendance
  • Student comment
  • Parent comment
slide11

JOHN SURNAMEYear 4 Semester 2

  • Key features incorporating our portfolios
  • Achievement
  • Improvement
  • School support
  • Parent support
  • Comments
slide12

What about…

  • Students who are on Individual Learning Plans?
  • Students who are studying ESL?
  • Reporting on achievement in our LOTE program in the Early Years?
slide13

Additional information

  • Additional information that we will provide in the report include:
    • extra curricular activities
slide14

More information

    • We will keep you informed through our school newsletter and our website
  • You can also visit the Student Reports website http://www.education.vic.gov.au/studentlearning/studentreports/default.htm
  • You can also email the Department of Education at student.reports@edumail.vic.gov.au