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The process of assessing student learning enables teachers to cater for the educational needs of each child. Achievements are assessed and reported to parents, along with recommendations and plans for further learning.

The planning and assessing of learning are based on the mandatory set of learning outcomes.

Information Nights and Parent/Teacher Meetings, Mid Year School Reports and End of Year School Reports present opportunities to report to parents, in writing and via planned meetings (compulsory for children who receive Special Education funding).

A variety of other documentation is also gathered by teachers including: NAPLAN, class and school-based assessment data, Diocesan Early Literacy and Numeracy assessments.

Outside specialist agencies also assist by providing reports on request by the school and parents. These may include Educational Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and Paediatricians.