Reporting is the process of communicating comprehensive information about student achievement and learning at a point in time.
JSA Reports provide parents with a clear picture of their child’s progress at the end of a specified period of time that demonstrates:
- where their child is on the learning continuum
- how well their child is progressing towards expected levels of achievement and personalised learning goals and targets
- where their child will need to improve and what the next steps in their learning will be.
SSG goals and Individual Education Plans (IEPs) provide an important focus for reporting to parents. JSA will report what has been taught in the semester and to IEPs. In reporting student learning progress to parents, JSA teachers will clearly identify the areas of strength and areas for improvement for each individual student. Reporting student achievement to parents will be supported through student work samples, portfolios, parent, student and teacher conferences, and student self-assessment.
Semester 1 Reports will include the Learning Areas:
English, Maths, The Arts (Visual Arts & Music), Health & Physical Education, The Humanities, Technologies (Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden and Hands On Learning Programs), Critical & Creative Thinking Capabilities and Personal & Social Capabilities.
Semester 2 Reports will include the Learning Areas:
English, Maths, The Arts (Visual Arts & Music), Health & Physical Education, Science, Technologies (Hands On Learning program), Creative & Critical Thinking Capabilities and Personal and Social Capabilities.