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    My son only started school this year (NSW public school) and they don't give A-E for achievement in first year of school, only for effort. He got a 5 (outstanding) for effort in maths, PE, history and geography.

    He got a 4 (excellent) for effort in English, Creative Arts and Science & Technology.

    He got "above" for reading. He also got "above" for writing and one of the comments from his teacher was about him independently writing texts of "5 or more sentences for a range of purposes"

    My son is very good at maths and this is reflected in his report. He is above in all areas of number and "at" for other areas of maths.

    My year 2 girl got 4 (excellent) for effort for all subjects and above in some areas of maths. She is above in reading (I only know because I know her level and what the benchmark is) but they only give an overall mark for English.

    But most important for me is the general comment. Both my children had lovely comments in the general section about their manners, attitude and behaviours and that's what I am most proud of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pointless1 View Post
    I am super proud of how DS has coped through a truckload of adversity this year. He has had 3 DHS workers, been removed from home by force, seen me removed from home more than once by police/Cat team and me being away from home for over 4 months of the year while his case has been decided between my parents and a friend. Despite this he has earned 2 scholarships for high school next year (including one he didn't apply for) and earn a place in SEAL (accelerated learning program) at the school of his choice). From what his teacher has told me I'm expecting an excellent report when it comes
    See. There is something good - actually AMAZING - in your life!

    Super happy for you. Keep smiling and know that he needs you.

    Eta:
    Congratulations to your DS
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    My son only started school this year (NSW public school) and they don't give A-E for achievement in first year of school, only for effort. He got a 5 (outstanding) for effort in maths, PE, history and geography.

    He got a 4 (excellent) for effort in English, Creative Arts and Science & Technology.

    He got "above" for reading. He also got "above" for writing and one of the comments from his teacher was about him independently writing texts of "5 or more sentences for a range of purposes"

    My son is very good at maths and this is reflected in his report. He is above in all areas of number and "at" for other areas of maths.

    My year 2 girl got 4 (excellent) for effort for all subjects and above in some areas of maths. She is above in reading (I only know because I know her level and what the benchmark is) but they only give an overall mark for English.

    But most important for me is the general comment. Both my children had lovely comments in the general section about their manners, attitude and behaviours and that's what I am most proud of.
    @BigRedV - Can I ask what the "normal" range reading level is for kindy in NSW - im not sure if we have the same system as public schools do but DS is on level K? His teachers say that's above average but I don't know what a normal level is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    @BigRedV - Can I ask what the "normal" range reading level is for kindy in NSW - im not sure if we have the same system as public schools do but DS is on level K? His teachers say that's above average but I don't know what a normal level is?
    Our readers in public system (NSW) are numbered as far as I know, although I have seen some of my daughter's readers with Kit on them instead of a number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJZK View Post
    Our readers in public system (NSW) are numbered as far as I know, although I have seen some of my daughter's readers with Kit on them instead of a number.
    Vic are numbered too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    @BigRedV - Can I ask what the "normal" range reading level is for kindy in NSW - im not sure if we have the same system as public schools do but DS is on level K? His teachers say that's above average but I don't know what a normal level is?
    I wish I could help but I have absolutely no idea what level K means.

    We go by numbers. Children should reach level 9 by the end of kindergarten according to the NSW literacy continuum. It says level 5-8 but most schools would aim for at least 9.
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    This is a level 9 book. It has about 150 words. IMG_1481195106.737530.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I wish I could help but I have absolutely no idea what level K means.

    We go by numbers. Children should reach level 9 by the end of kindergarten according to the NSW literacy continuum. It says level 5-9 but most schools would aim for at least 9.
    I wonder if there is more than one reader program for schools in NSW to choose from? My daughter is on a level 24 so our school must have different levels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    @BigRedV - Can I ask what the "normal" range reading level is for kindy in NSW - im not sure if we have the same system as public schools do but DS is on level K? His teachers say that's above average but I don't know what a normal level is?
    The NSW literacy continuum used to be searchable on google but now it's not.

    Here are some screenshots of cluster 4 markers on the continuum which is the expected level for the end of kindergarten. So children are expected to achieve this by end of kindergarten.

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    IMG_1481195637.453250.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJZK View Post
    I wonder if there is more than one reader program for schools in NSW to choose from? My daughter is on a level 24 so our school must have different levels.
    If she's 24 reading recovery level or PM level then that's very good

    ETA - is it a public school?

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