Research with the University of Cambridge into the experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people in Britain’s schools.

Research with the University of Cambridge into the experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual young people in Britain’s schools.

Student reports provide you with a clear picture of your child’s progress. They are used in all Victorian government schools to report student achievements from Prep to Year 10.

Your child will undergo a range of assessments early in the school year and you may have had discussions with your child’s teacher about how your child is settling into school and the results of these assessments.

Many schools send parents a formal student report before the end of the first term or early next term. You will receive a report twice a year and be invited to a parent-teacher interview to discuss your child's progress. 

The student reports are so everyone has a clear picture of your child's current achievements and the progress they have made. If your child has a disability, check with their teacher for more information on how school reports will be structured for your child and what information their report will contain.

Every student report contains an A-E scale to ensure consistent reporting against common state-wide standards. The A-E scale is linked to the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS) for Preps. This means that the A-E ratings your child receives in their reports have the same meaning at every school.

In every school:

The Final Report and Findings of the Safe School.


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