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How to Read the Naplan Student Report: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

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INTRODUCTION

As a parent, future teacher or educator, you feel keenly the anticipation of a young person’s matriculation results. You hope and wish that your child has achieved the best grades possible, and you want to know how they fared against the other candidates in their cohort. But, when it comes to the results themselves, how do you know how your child performed? Even if they did well, there may be aspects of the report that you don’t understand. This guide will provide you with an overview of how to read the Naplan student report.

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Where to find the Naplan report

The Naplan report is broken down into three sections: reading, writing, and critical thinking. You can find each section on a separate page.

STEPS

When it comes to reading a student report, there are a few key steps to take. First, you should determine the format of the report that your student received. This will significantly impact your understanding of the report. Next, you should look for any additional information that may be provided, like additional Naplan-specific information sheets provided by the school. And lastly, you should focus on the main information that comprises the report itself. These steps will help you gain a deeper understanding of the report, to determine how your child performed and to appreciate any additional information that they may have included.

CONCLUSION

Naplan is an excellent report that can provide a valuable insight into your student’s performance in school. If these reports are received in the right format, they can provide valuable information about the student’s progress and behaviour. If you take the above steps, you should be able to read the Naplan report with a greater level of understanding.

CONTACTS

If you have any questions about this guide or would like to know more about the Naplan report, please contact the Naplan team. For any other questions, please feel free to contact your school counsellor, guidance counsellor or mentor. If your school does not have a counsellor, you can contact the School Development and Counselling Service on 1800 012 005 or at www.sdcs.vic.gov.au. Finally, we would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on how we can improve our guide. Email us at info@naplan

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