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Reporting Requirements 2022

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There will be no written comments in the twice-yearly reports.

The reporting requirements for 2022 include using the 9-point scale. More details regarding the 9-point scale below.

From Term 1, 2022 a phased implementation of the new reporting requirements began for all Tasmanian Government Schools (Kindergarten to Year 10). In 2024, full implementation of this reporting requirement will be required for all Tasmanian Government Schools (Kindergarten to Year 10).

Please refer to Communicating Learning Progress with Families Policy and Procedures for more details.

TERM 1 2022 #

Kindergarten to Year 10 #

  1. Communication
  • A communication with families focusing on application to learning. For example, phone or face-to-face conversation or a tick-box template for application to learning – completed in SARIS or through the school’s current template.
  • OR a conversation about learning plan goals with families and student.

If there are concerns with a student’s learning progress, application to learning or wellbeing teachers contact families as required. This applies across the year.

TERM 2 2022 #

Kindergarten to Year 10 #

  1. Communication
  • Provide opportunity for a two-or three-way conversation focusing on learning progress, application to learning, wellbeing, and/or learning plan goals. This conversation may include sharing evidence of learning.
  • All teachers available. Built into professional activity days.

If there are concerns with a student’s learning progress, application to learning or wellbeing teachers contact families as required. This applies across the year.

  1. Mid-year summative report: Years 1 to 10
  • No written comments.
  • 9-point scale for:
    • Years 1 to 6: English, Mathematics, Science
    • Years 7–10: Each Australian Curriculum learning area taught. Summative reports are required once per year if Learning Area is taught across one or two terms.
  • Students not assessed against Australian Curriculum: learning goal progress.
  • Application to learning tick-box (optional)

TERM 3 2022 #

Prep to Year 10 #

  1. Communication
  • Provide opportunity for a two-or three-way conversation focusing on learning progress, application to learning, wellbeing, and/or learning plan goals. This conversation may include sharing evidence of learning.
  • All teachers available. Built into professional activity days.

If there are concerns with a student’s learning progress, application to learning or wellbeing teachers contact families as required. This applies across the year.

TERM 4 2022 #

  1. Communication
  • Prep to Year 6: Provide communication to families focusing on learning progress in those learning areas not included in end-of-year summative report. This conversation may include sharing evidence of learning.
  • Kindergarten: Celebration of learning
  • Conversation about learning plan goals with families and student (optional).

If there are concerns with a student’s learning progress, application to learning or wellbeing teachers contact families as required. This applies across the year.

  • End of year summative report: Prep to Year 10
  • No written comments.
  • 9-point scale for:
    • Prep: English, Mathematics, Science
    • Years 1 to 6: English, Mathematics, Science and HASS
    • Years 7–10: Each Australian Curriculum learning area taught. Summative reports are required once per year if Learning Area is taught across one or two terms.
  • Students not assessed against Australian Curriculum: learning goal progress.

What is the 9-point scale?

The 9-point scale aligns to and builds on from the A- E rating. The new scale provides teachers with the ability to make finer grade judgements about learner progress in relation to the relevant achievement standards of the Australian Curriculum learning areas.

For students with a learning plan and not assessed against the Australian Curriculum, progress towards learning goals will be shown on a 9-point continuum.

When are schools required to report using the 9-point scale?

  • Prep: End of year only: Maths, English and Science
  • Years 1 to 6: Mid and end of year: Maths, English, Science. By end of the year: HASS
  • Years 7 to 10: Twice yearly reporting for each Australian Curriculum learning area taught or once per year if learning area is taught across one or two terms only.

The Teaching and Learning Centre provides more information on understanding the 9-point scale.

Do not hesitate to contact your AEU organiser or MSC if you have any specific questions regarding reporting requirements for 2022.

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