Mount Rogers Primary School provides regular, accurate and comprehensive information about a child's intellectual, social and personal development, and indicates areas for further development. Reports are a formal record at a point in time on the student's progress and achievement.
Parents and students are provided with written school reports regarding student progress each semester. A separate A–E achievement report (not for Kindergarten), social and personal development indicators and days absent from school are also provided. These reports are combined with parent/teacher interviews.
Parents may request in writing not to receive an A–E report for their children.
Kindergarten students are provided with a report outlining their achievements in the Performance Indicators in Primary Schools (PIPS) assessment at the beginning and end of the year.
Students in Years 3 and 5 are provided with a report of their achievements in the National Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Program (NAPLAN). Individual reports will show the student's achievement compared to the national benchmarks.
At Mount Rogers we believe reporting is a two-way process. At the beginning of each school year we encourage all parents and carers to meet with their children's new class teachers for 'Getting to Know You Interviews'. More information about these interviews can be found under Getting to Know You Interviews.
Senior students are given opportunities each year to develop their public speaking skills both at the school and ACT Rostrum Competitions. More information about Rostrum can be found in the Special Programs section under Our Curriculum.