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    Not sure if you can read it but they give you s basic summary of what each band means
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    So the light blue area is the middle 60% of yr 3 students.

    The dark triangle is the national average and the clear triangle is your school average. The dot is your child.

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    So my Dd's school is around or slightly above the national average

    In future yrs the bands go up more ... so ur 5 it goes up to band 8

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    My dd is in year 3 and sat her first test today. Imo a 40min test is a bit much for a year 3 and 5 student. She has also had some pressure put on her because she was worried she would fail. I had to explain to her that it's not a test she can fail. Poor kid. One down, 2 more to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becca022 View Post
    My dd is in year 3 and sat her first test today. Imo a 40min test is a bit much for a year 3 and 5 student. She has also had some pressure put on her because she was worried she would fail. I had to explain to her that it's not a test she can fail. Poor kid. One down, 2 more to go.
    I think sometimes the pressure kids feel about NAPLAN is school and teacher dependent. Some schools hold it in high esteem and spend many hours preparing for it, others don't. My kids Primary school didn't put much pressure on the kids. They taught them how to do the tests (ie how to write a persuasive text etc) but didn't go on about it too much....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybaby View Post
    I think sometimes the pressure kids feel about NAPLAN is school and teacher dependent. Some schools hold it in high esteem and spend many hours preparing for it, others don't. My kids Primary school didn't put much pressure on the kids. They taught them how to do the tests (ie how to write a persuasive text etc) but didn't go on about it too much....
    Our school is the same, they teach them how to do the test and that's it. A week off from homework and a promise of fun activities the rest of the day had them excited for naplan!

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    Quote Originally Posted by becca022 View Post
    My dd is in year 3 and sat her first test today. Imo a 40min test is a bit much for a year 3 and 5 student. She has also had some pressure put on her because she was worried she would fail. I had to explain to her that it's not a test she can fail. Poor kid. One down, 2 more to go.
    There were 2 tests today.

    My daughter is in year 3 this year and so did her first naplan today. I don't give it much weight and neither does my children's school. I know my daughter can read, comprehend, write and do maths. I know that she sometimes rushes her reading and that she needs to make sure her reading makes sense.

    She liked the writing task and wrote that dogs are better than cats.

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    You will get sent out the results and how your child did, what they answered correctly and what they got wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    You will get sent out the results and how your child did, what they answered correctly and what they got wrong.
    Can you expand on the results? I just got the booklet back with their respective dots, not what they answered correctly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Can you expand on the results? I just got the booklet back with their respective dots, not what they answered correctly?
    Oh? Maybe the school gets it then and I am wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Oh? Maybe the school gets it then and I am wrong?
    I dunno! I have a feeling the school might get the more in depth result? I don't really care but was curious. All good xx

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    Parents only get the document posted above, the yellow one with the dots...that's it.
    I know teachers/school get more detailed results.


 

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