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Reporting to Parents

Reporting to whanau on Student Achievement

Sharing progress regularly is vital for each child’s ongoing learning and success. Sharing quality learning information between learners, parents, whānau and, schools and kura helps everyone to understand and support the learner.

Simply put, Regulation 21 of the School Boards Regulation, which maintains the intention of NAG2c, is to ensure that good quality assessment information is communicated to students and whānau.

Schools need to report to students and their parents on the progress and achievement of individual students. The reports must:

  • be written in plain language
  • be provided at least twice a year
  • include the student’s progress and achievement across The National Curriculum, as expressed in The New Zealand Curriculum including in mathematics and literacy.

Twice a year, the school community also receives information on the overall progress and achievement of students at Waipu Primary School in the form of the mid and end of year Student Achievement Report.

This reporting includes information on the progress of all students by year level, gender and ethnicity.

End of year reporting 2023
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