Achievement in relation to National Standards will be reported in writing, twice a year in plain language.
- A National Standards Report (OTJ) is to be written to correspond with the anniversary of a student’s 6 – 7 - 8th birthday.
6 Years Old
7 Years Old
8 Years Old
Years at School
End of 1 Year = 40 weeks
End of 2 Years = 80 weeks
End of 3 Years = 120 weeks
- Parents will be invited by email or letter to meet with classroom teachers to discuss this report in person. This report and meeting is to be held in the Term of a student’s birthday.
- A Progress Report towards a student’s next National Standards Report will go home 2 terms after a student has started school then 2 terms after they receive a National Standard’s report.
- The reporting timeframe is individualised because students begin school in different terms of the year. .
National Standard and Progress Reporting Years 0 - 3
Examples of Reporting Timeframe
Students finishing 3 Years (120 weeks) at school in Year 4
Some students in Year 4 will have 3 reports. These students are the ones that are finishing their Year 3 Year in Year 4.
Students finishing 3 Years at School in Year 4
Year 4 Mid Year Progress
Year 4 NS Report
- All students will receive a Mid-Year Progress report, these will be discussed at Mid-Year Parent/Teacher Conferences
- All full written National Standard End of Year Report will go home in December. In some cases (especially for students who have dropped a NS) it may be necessary for teachers to organize a conference to go through the Report.
More Information for Parents
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