Teachers use a number of assessment techniques to determine the progress of each child. Each child's progress is compared to the expected levels of achievement as outlined in the Victorian Curriculum and Source of Life documents.
Typical assessment techniques include: observation, anecdotal records, rubrics, checklists, tests, reports, written work, group and individual presentations and conferences. Assessment of student's progress, as well as evaluation of teacher and program effectiveness are considered essential components of the teaching and learning process.
Reporting on children's progress include Parent/Teacher Learning Conversations, End of Semester Reports, Assessments based on National Benchmarks and Learning Portfolios.