This week NAPLAN results are being distributed via homegroup/class teachers for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9.
You might notice your child’s NAPLAN results look a little different this year. Each student’s individual student report now shows how they’re tracking against 4 levels of achievement, known as proficiency standards:
The NAPLAN test has not changed, just the way the results are reported. The test continues to measure student achievement in numeracy, reading, writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Clearer results make it easier to see how your child’s literacy and numeracy skills are developing at the time of NAPLAN testing.
NAPLAN results highlight a specific point in time. They’re designed to help identify areas to focus on to support students to be their best.Learn more here