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Yokine Primary School Alice Halaby Pre-primary

Semester 2 2018

English

Satisfactory
Learning

Excellent

Very Low
Area Excellent High Satisfactory Limited Very Low

Limited
Achievement

High
Reading and Viewing ü
Writing ü
Speaking and Listening ü
Effort: Consistently demonstrates appropriate effort in this learning area

Alice has made pleasing progress in English this semester. She correctly recognises learned single sounds
and combinations. She uses her phonics knowledge to blend sounds and read more complex decodable
words, for example 'sh in fish'. Alice is developing confidence when reading decodable texts, segmenting
individual sounds in words and cross-checking supporting images to assist her in decoding more difficult
words. It is particularly pleasing to see Alice re-reading with fluency for meaning and recalling some simple
high-frequency words. Alice uses written texts to reflect her personal experiences by using her letter and
sound knowledge to phonetically spell unfamiliar words and some simple high-frequency words. She
correctly uses full stops to indicate the end of a phrase. Alice shares her thoughts and feelings about the
events and characters in texts. Next year I would like to see Alice continue to develop fluency when she is
reading. Well done, Alice!

Mathematics

Satisfactory
Learning

Excellent

Very Low
Area Excellent High Satisfactory Limited Very Low

Limited
Achievement

High
Number and Algebra ü
Measurement and Geometry ü
Effort: Consistently demonstrates appropriate effort in this learning area
Alice has maintained steady progress in Mathematics this semester. She has retained her proficiency to
count beyond 100 and backwards from 20. She confidently writes numbers up to 100; however, I would like
to see her continue to use visual cues to support her in using the correct number formation. Alice uses her
number sense to represent simple addition, subtraction and sharing problems up to 20 using manipulatives.
With prompting, she is able to represent simple addition and subtraction problems in a number sentence
using the correct operation. She can copy and create simple patterns, and she sorts and classifies objects
according to common characteristics in more than one way. In Measurement, she uses direct and indirect
comparisons to decide which object is longer and heavier. She is able to interpret the everyday language of
location and direction, such as 'between' and 'next to'. Next year I would like to see Alice be able to continue
simple patterns. Great work, Alice.

5.5 Report on student achievement

- Report clearly, accurately and respectfully to students and parents/carers about


student achievement, making use of accurate and reliable records.

This de-identified student assessment report to parents is one example of how I


effectively report to students and parents about student achievement. Prior to reports
going home, parents are made aware of its contents via parent teacher interviews, so
that there are ‘no surprises’. In each comment I respectfully comment on their child’s
strengths and weaknesses, and I identify future opportunities for improvement or a
‘learning goal’. Comprehensive assessment records are maintained throughout the
year for each student and are used to assist reporting to parents.
Yokine Primary School Alice Halaby Pre-primary
Semester 2 2018

Science

Satisfactory
Learning

Excellent

Very Low
Area Excellent High Satisfactory Limited Very Low

Limited
Achievement

High
Science Understanding ü
Science Inquiry Skills ü
Science as a Human Endeavour ü
Effort: Consistently demonstrates appropriate effort in this learning area

Health and Physical Education - Health Education

Satisfactory
Learning

Excellent

Very Low
Area Excellent High Satisfactory Limited Very Low

Limited
Achievement

High
Movement and physical activity ü
Effort: Consistently demonstrates appropriate effort in this learning area

Not Assessed
Consistently

Sometimes

Seldom
Often
Personal and Social Learning
Displays independence ü
Makes positive choices with confidence ü
Reflects on and talks about own learning ü
Displays perseverance ü
Expresses emotions appropriately ü
Respects the ideas, feelings and needs of others ü
Resolves conflicts in a positive manner ü
Interacts with peers and adults in acceptable ways ü
Collaborates in group activities ü
Not Assessed
Consistently

Sometimes

Seldom
Often

Attitude, Behaviour and Effort


Is enthusiastic about learning ü
Participates responsibly ü
Sets goals and works towards them ü
Yokine Primary School Alice Halaby Pre-primary
Semester 2 2018

Number of half day absences: Semester 2 28 Year Total 36


Percentage Attendance: 85% 90%
It has truly been my pleasure getting to know Alice this year. She has made great progress across the Pre
Primary curriculum and has grown in confidence. She arrives at school each day with a smile, ready to learn,
and she continues that enthusiasm across all learning areas. She consistently tries her best and tackles new
challenges eagerly and with a positive attitude. Her kind, caring and friendly character makes her a role
model for her peers. Alice occupies her time constructively, and she actively engages in working carefully and
conscientiously, always paying attention to detail. Next year I would like to see Alice continue to develop
more confidence in her own abilities, as I am sure she will achieve great things. I hope that you have a
wonderful summer break, Alice. Good luck next year.
Miss M. Morton, Classroom Teacher Yes No
Parent/Guardian interview recommended ü

7.2 Comply with legislative, administrative and organisational


Mrs J. Hirsch, Principal requirements Date: 23 May 2019

- Understand the implications of and comply with relevant


legislative, administrative, organisational
and professional requirements, policies and processes.

My student assessment reports to parents show evidence of


implementation of mandatory reporting requirements, outlined by
the Department of Education and school.