By using Go 4 Schools, you will be able to view your child’s progress online and access the following information at any time:
Seesaw is our main learning platform which provides a digital portfolio of your child’s learning and it is also a simple parent communication tool. Parents and children will be provided with their own login details at the commencement of the school year. Teachers provide daily updates through pictures and videos, which are aligned to the learning objectives, parents are able to see and comment on this, as well as review the teacher’s feedback and dialogue with the students.
Google classroom is our main online Teaching and Learning platform. Individual teachers set up individual classes and they are able to issue classwork and homework as assignments. Students will be given a class code to join each of their individual classes.
Each class will have a WhatsApp group managed by a Class Parent Representative. The sole purpose of these groups is to further enhance the communication between home and school. All parents will be asked to sign a WhatsApp Group Guidelines-Agreement Form at the beginning of each academic year to ensure the guidelines are adhered to. View our WhatsApp Guidelines
FS1 – Year 6
Parents will receive two formal school reports each year, once at the end of Term 1 and the other at the end of Term 3.
Year 7 – 13
Parents will receive one formal school reports each year and three grade cards (termly) as well two attitude to learning reports.
These take place on a regular basis, however, initially to support with Government initiatives these will be completed via video conferencing.
All parents are to complete a Media Permission Form to inform the school of their wishes regarding pictures of their children. When visiting the school, parents are not permitted to take photos of children other than their own.
Each Thursday afternoon, classroom teachers will post on Seesaw a copy of your child’s ‘This Week We Are Learning To’ which will be titled (for example) Year 1 W.B. 09.09.
All children from FS1 to Year 6 have a home school diary for parents and the school to communicate.