Thank you to those people who have responded already to the Reporting to Parents survey. The feedback is very useful in tailoring the needs of parents and carers and satisfying the requirements of the Department of Education. Responses have shown that parents are appreciative of receiving reports early, that they are finding the layout clear and that English and Maths comments are very informative.


As a parent or carer you play a vital role in your child’s learning. Building a positive relationship between home and school plays an important part in the education of your child. Effective communication is the key to the success of this relationship.

If you feel you would like to speak with someone at your school about a particular enquiry or concern please follow the link below.

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The following link will clarify any reporting queries you may have

School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) Reporting Requirements

Website - Reporting of Student Achievement



Curriculum procedures outline that -

Principals and teaching staff must deliver a curriculum:

- to all Kindergarten to Year 10 students that addresses their specific learning needs and is consistent with the requirements of the Western Australian Curriculum

- that provides all students from Kindergarten to the end of the primary school years with opportunities to receive at least fifty percent of curriculum instruction in literacy and numeracy; and

- that provides all students from Kindergarten to Year 10 with the opportunity to participate in at least two hours of physical activity each week, during the school day, as part of the learning program.



Pingelly Primary School Reporting to Parents Policy

The Pingelly Primary School Reporting Schedule 2016 gives an expanded description of the parts within a Learning Area, that are being reported on each semester.



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