Assessment and Reporting
Student Assessment and Reporting
If at any time you feel you need to discuss issues or your child’s progress please contact the class teacher in the first instance. The Assistant Principals and / or the Principal are also available to assist you. Please write or phone to make an appointment. Assessing and reporting is an ongoing process in classrooms. Teachers are able to provide reports on student progress and interviews can be arranged. Written Student Reports are a part of this process.
Acquaintance/Open Night (term 1)
Parents will have the opportunity to visit their child’s classroom. Their teacher will outline class expectations and activities for the year. This is an information gathering session and helps establish a positive link between home and school.
Parent-Teacher Interviews (term 1).
Parents can request an interview or the class teacher may request you to attend an interview at another time. Please respond promptly to any requests received.
Written reports are sent home in Terms 2 and 4.
Early in Term 2 all students in years 3, 5, and 7 are required to participate in nationwide testing in the areas of Reading, Writing, Language Conventions and Numeracy.
Whole school reports and plans
The Annual Report is a summary of the happenings, results and key actions for the past year at Henley Beach Primary School. Information included in these reports are the result of a rigorous school self-evaluation process and is a balanced and genuine account of the school's achievements and areas for development. School self-evaluation is a continuous process which comprises a number of key components that collect information and evidence about the progress the school has made toward key improvement priorities that are documented in the Site Improvement Plan.