We are here to support the academic, social and emotional development of our students to be resilient to the
challenges of a rapidly changing society.
2019 NAPLAN RESULTS
The results of our grades 3 and 5 students on the national testing (NAPLAN) was distributed to students and their families last week. We believe that students will be able to look closely at their NAPLAN achievements with their parents with a degree of satisfaction, pride and knowledge that they have done their best.
The diagrams below are the Year 3 and 5 ‘School Summary Reports’ for the areas tested. The red boxes represent the school’s performance while the cream boxes represent the State. The horizontal line represents the medium score (mid-score).
Our goals and priorities at CPS are to support our students from prep to year 6 academically, socially and emotionally. As a staff we regularly discuss our passions to ensure instilling a love of learning across many curriculum areas in the students we support and care for each and every day. NAPLAN is just one assessment of each child’s learning and we are committed to developing the whole child through a wide curriculum that extends well beyond what NAPLAN assesses.
Literacy and Numeracy are key curriculum priorities for us each day within our classrooms. As discussed previously, considerable professional learning for teachers occurs in Literacy and Numeracy.
Teachers work hard to use all our teaching spaces in innovative and flexible ways adopting collaborative, engaging and targeted teaching methods to ensure all students have better opportunities to be challenged at their point of need. We also continually monitor and review our progress as a team of teachers to ensure we always strive to be better at what we do. At Carnegie Primary we support students to participate in more formal assessments such as this.