Reporting at PVGC


Progress report guide for students and parents/guardians

Student reports will be issued 3 times per semester reporting on a student’s achievement and work practices in each of their subjects during the 6 to 7 week reporting period. These Progress Reports will provide regular feedback and students and their parents/guardians will also be able to track student progress throughout a semester.

Teachers will report on a student’s Achievement, Effort, Homework and Organisation, and Classroom Behaviour during the 6 to 7 week reporting period using the descriptors: Excellent, Very Good, Good, Acceptable or Needs Attention.

The student’s class attendance percentage for each subject for the 6 to 7 week reporting period is also provided on the progress reports. As a guide:

  • 95-100% Attendance- Excellent attendance that maximises a student’s learning potential.
  • 90-94% Attendance- Satisfactory attendance; however, absences can make it difficult for a student to achieve their full potential.
  • 85-89% Attendance- Attention required. The student is missing valuable teacher instruction and learning time that makes it very difficult to keep up with the set work and achieve their potential.
  • Less than 85% Attendance- The student is at risk of not achieving the minimum learning expectations of the subject and at risk of losing connection with their peers.