Our teachers use a variety of strategies to assess each student's work. This includes observing their work in class and looking closely at the work they produce throughout the year.
Teachers also assess each student's achievements based on the outcomes of the syllabuses of each course.
A written report is sent home usually near the end of Term 2 and Term 4 to give a clear picture of student achievement.
We provide detailed information to students about what is expected from them throughout the year and how their work will be assessed.
Assessment and reporting for Years 7 to 10
Years 7-10 students receive assessment and reporting information during Term 1. This contains important information, such as which outcomes will be assessed, what feedback students will receive and when formal assessment tasks will take place. Year 10 students receive more detailed information about how their Year 10 grade for the Record of School Achievement (RoSA) is determined.
Year 11 students receive their assessment and reporting information during Term 1. This consists of detailed information which includes the school's Preliminary Course Assessment and Reporting Policy and procedures, the schedule of assessment tasks for their language course, extracts from the relevant NESA syllabus.
Assessment and reporting for Year 12
Year 12 students receive their assessment and reporting information during Term 4 of the preceding year. This means that students currently in Year 12 received their information in Term 4 last year. This information includes the school's HSC Assessment and Reporting Policy, the schedule of assessment tasks for their language course, extracts from the relevant NESA syllabus.
Request for consideration
Please refer to the specific assessment and reporting policies for more information about requests for consideration in the event that students do not complete an assessment task on the scheduled date. Download the request for consideration form (PDF 436KB).
Parent and caregiver - teacher meetings
Parents andcaregivers will have the opportunity to discuss their child's progress at a parent-teacher meeting during the year. However, if there are any issues you wish to discuss with your child's teacher, please contact the centre supervisor to arrange an appointment.