Reporting is the process of communicating information about student achievement and progress at a point in time.
Reporting is used for a variety of purposes, is tailored to meet the needs of a range of audiences and is in different forms. Reporting to students, parents and carers, teachers and the system helps decision making for future student learning.
This section includes information to help schools and teachers report on student achievement and progress.
We would like feedback from schools about student reporting advice, and if we can provide further help. If you have a query or feedback to share about student reporting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 7022 0801.
School Policy and Advisory Guide: information to support schools to develop policies and procedures for the preparation of reports on student progress and achievement for parents/carers or the community.
VCAA Victorian Curriculum F-10: revised curriculum planning and reporting guidelines: information and advice on the effective use of the curriculum to develop whole-school teaching and learning plans and to report student learning achievement.
For further information about student reporting or to provide feedback, email: