In St Brendan's Assessment and Reporting is a very important aspect of our communication between the school, the students and the parents/families.

Student reports provide students, teachers and parents with a clear and concise picture of a student’s achievement and progress at a point in time. Teachers make informed and consistent decisions about student progress against the achievement standards using a variety of assessments and observations to inform their judgement. They map the student’s learning against the achievement standards, and place the student on the learning continuum, that best reflect the student’s level of performance and progress.

All students progress along the learning continuum at their own rate and from their own starting point. Students are taught at the level that suits their needs, rather than being taught to the year level and age group they are in. Teachers provide learning opportunities to support the learning for all students, including those students with additional learning needs or a disability.

In Term One, Parent Teacher interviews are held to discuss student progress, achievements and goals.

In Term Two,detailed student reports are undertaken by staff using different forms of assessments to show the progress of the students

In Term Three, Three Way interviews (Student/Teacher/Parent) are held to discuss student progress, achievements and goals. These conversations are a valuable opportunity for parents and teachers to meet with the students to 

In Term Four, we also have our Second Semester Report for all students.

Teachers are available to discuss with Parents at any time if they have concerns regarding their child.

Our aim is to work in partnership with Parents to ensure their child is learning and progressing.