Accessible Page Links


Page Tools

Main page Content

Testing and assessment

Student work is graded through the application of a moderated assessment system, ensuring that all students are graded across a common assessment platform.

Where there is concern about a child’s progress, behaviour etc. parents are urged to make an appointment to see the class teacher. If school personnel are concerned about a child, parents will be advised and an interview/discussion time, (possibly also involving the Principal or Deputy) will be arranged.

The general reporting cycle for prep to year 6 is:

  • Parent/teacher interview to discuss child’s progress occurs during the last 2 weeks of Term 1. 

  • Parent/teacher interview at the end of Term 3. 

  • A standard school report is issued at the end of Semester 1 and 2 for all year levels except prep.

NAPLAN statewide curriculum testing for years 3 and 5 classes

These tests aim to provide details to parents on aspects of literacy and numeracy.  They also provide Education Queensland with some indication of how Queensland students are faring against children in other states. A report, which indicates how your child has performed in particular aspects of the test, is forwarded to the school for distribution to parents. If you have any concerns regarding the test results, please contact your child’s teacher.