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    I think it depends on how the words were used-the C's are great(unlike when we were at school and a C meant we would be in trouble!

    The reading stuff would likely have been done as an assessment- and maybe he did only know 7 of the sights words.
    Rather than going off at the principal, make an appointment and see the teacher-ask where he needs help and what you can do to help him achieve what he needs to!

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    OP, that's way out of line! I'd be having a meeting with the Principal and demand answers, and if you don't get satisfaction there, take it further! If there is a bullying culture throughout the whole school, then the Dept Education needs to know about it.

    Speaking of which, I see some PP talking about the changes in the grading system. Where do you get all that info and the curriculum from?

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    That is absurd, i doubt the principal has actually read every single report, so maybe they really have no idea?


    Goto the principal and if u get no where tell them your taking it further and contact the person above them.

    That is horrible. If this teacher is taking her feelings/the towns ill feelings about you and your husband out on this little boy, he has no chance.

    This is absolutely heartbreaking.


    I know it sounds extreme but if the town is that horrible and clearly damaging to your family. Id be getting the heck out of there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GluttonForPunishment View Post
    Speaking of which, I see some PP talking about the changes in the grading system. Where do you get all that info and the curriculum from?
    The new reporting exemplars are to do with the Australian Curriculum coming in. My childs school had info abotu ti in the newsletter as well as a page with the reports explaining it all.

    2. Student achievement in Years 3–10 will be reported using the letter ratings A–E, where a C rating indicates that a student is performing at the standard expected of students at that year.
    • A indicates that a student is performing well above the standard expected.
    • B indicates that a student is performing above the standard expected.
    • C indicates that a student is performing at the standard expected.
    • D indicates that a student is approaching the standard expected.
    • E indicates that a student is performing below the standard expected.
    Descriptions similar to those above would also appear on reports alongside each rating to assist student and parent understanding.

    3. Student achievement in Prep–2 will be reported using descriptors instead of A–E. For teachers this means assessing students against the appropriate achievement standards but when reporting, the letters A–E are translated to:
    • above the standard expected
    • Above the standard expected
    • At the standard expected
    • Approaching the standard expected
    • Below the standard expected

    thast all from the tas website http://www.education.tas.gov.au/curr...m-Update-6.pdf

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    Thanks for that!!


 

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