Macgregor's Policies and Procedures
Education Directorate Policies
Education Directorate policies succinctly articulate the Directorate's position, provide a framework for action and ensure a consistent approach to our day-to-day activities and decision making. Policies may be supported by school based guidelines. All Directorate policies can be viewed on the Education Directorate website.
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Assessment and Reporting to Parents
Macgregor uses a range of formal reporting strategies, all of which reflect student achievement in relation to the curriculum, both academic and non-academic, as well as their social development. These include:
- Mid semester progress report (term 1)
- End of semester summative reports. (terms 2 and 4)
- End of semester A-E grade for each subject (except preschool and kindergarten)
- Portfolios of annotated work samples. (terms 2 and 4)
- Learning Journeys (term 3)
- Parent-teacher interviews (following semester one reports). (start of term 3)
In addition to these school based reports, students in kindergarten will receive Performance Indicators in Primary School (PIPS) testing results at the start and end of their kindergarten year. This will indicate growth in both reading and in numeracy throughout the year.
Students in years 3 and 5 will also participate in National Assessment and Performance in Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) testing, which provide parents and schools with a quick snap shot of how a student is performing against other students (their age) across Australia.
Macgregor specific Procedures, Frameworks and Strategies
Macgregor Primary School Student Wellbeing Behaviour Support Framework
Macgregor Primary School's Preschool Unit Policies and Procedures
All procedures and policies relevant to Macgregor Primary School's Preschool Unit are available on the preschool unit's communication table under their verandah.