Middle years reports
This page has information on your child's school reports during middle years.
You will receive your child's report at least twice a year at the end of each semester for middle years. Reports follow a standard format which is common throughout all stages of schooling.
Student reports provide clear information on your child's progress and achievement each semester in English, mathematics and for all other areas of learning taught and assessed that semester.
Talk to your child's teacher if you are concerned about your child's results.
Other student reports
As well as the end of semester reports, schools may choose to use a variety of other methods to report to you about your child's progress.
These could include portfolios of student work, feedback from in-class assessments or projects, emails, commercial assessment results, parent interviews, student-led conferences, open-days and many other forms.
National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) Reports
Literacy and numeracy skills are assessed through the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy tests (NAPLAN) in Year 7 and Year 9.
If your child is in Year 7 and Year 9 and has participated in the NAPLAN tests you will get an individual report with their results.
Read more about NAPLAN.
Last updated: 27 July 2015
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