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Reporting to Parents

Reporting to Parents

Doing well in reading, writing and mathematics gives children the skills they need to do well in other curriculum areas.

Matipo school reports to parents on how their child is doing in reading, writing and mathematics in relation to National Standards.  The National Standards show what New Zealand children are expected to be able to do in reading, writing and mathematics at each period or year of schooling.

To work out where each child is, teachers will make an overall teacher judgement (OTJ) using a range of assessment including:
* What they have seen in the classroom
* Talking  about learning with students
* Children's assessment of their own work
* Results from formal tests

As part of our reporting process on National Standards your child will receive a National Standards Anniversary Report during the school term when they celebrate their birthday (after 1 year, after 2 years and after 3 years of schooling) and then an end of year report.

The National Standards report will tell you if your child is below, at or above the National Standards after 12, 24 and 36 months at school.

For more information click on theses below

         
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Year4.pdf
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Sarah-Lee Oto,
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Year5.pdf
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Sarah-Lee Oto,
Feb 1, 2016, 5:36 PM
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