Overview

Leopold Primary –  School Reports

LEO

 

Reporting 

Our school prides itself on our teachers providing our students with timely and purposeful feedback about their learning. We do this a number of ways – individual and group conferencing, learning RUBRICS, individual goal setting, peer to peer feedback, Student Led Conferences and School Reporting.

Online Reporting

Leopold Primary uses an online platform to provide our students and their families with feedback on learning throughout the year – School Report (Progressive).  At the end of each semester,  a summative report against the curriculum standards is provided regarding each student’s overall capabilities against the Victorian Curriculum.  Teachers report monthly against core curriculum areas, providing feedback regarding a student’s strength, the next step and the next report focus.

Our specialist teachers provide feedback at the end of each term to students and families.   A reporting timeline is provided on our school’s website. A work sample is uploaded alongside the school report.

Families are provided with a unique username and password to log in and access their child’s Reporting Space. If you have forgotten your password or misplaced your username, please contact the school and we will be more than happy to provide you with your details.

LEO is a continuous journey and as our school deepens their usage, further feedback will be provided giving more information about our students learning journeys.

Informal   

Open classroom are organised and delivered by PLTs each term.   Parents/ guardians and extended family members are invited to attend the events which showcase learning across the curriculum.

Formal 

Continuous Reporting

Teachers construct RUBRICS or provide written comments connected to the curriculum standards taught to provide feedback on where students are on the learning continuum. Reports are released on LEO a few times a term (dates are located on school website).

Mid and End of Year Reports Curriculum Standards.

At the end of each semester, a summative report is produced showing the standards taught throughout the semester and how their child has progressed against the standards.

At Leopold, our marking system is as follows:

Well Below Below Just Below Solidly At Above Well Above
This result indicates your child is working 18 months or more below their expected year level. This result indicates your child is working a year or more below their expected year level. This result indicates your child is working up to 6 months below their expected year level. This result indicates your child is working at the expected standard for their year level. This result indicates your child is working up to a year above their expected year level. This result indicates your child is working 18 months or more above their expected year level.

Student-led conferences

Research indicates the greatest influence on a child’s learning (50%) comes from the child themselves. As a school, our students take ownership of their learning and we conduct student-led conferences which are held in the third term. Students lead their parents/guardians through the learning conference.