top of page

Your Child's Progress

There are a few ways you can see your child’s progress throughout the year. 

1. Stay and Play is an opportune time to gain some insight on how your child is managing at kindergarten. While on duty, you can observe interactions with others, interests, and strengths, get to know your child’s friends and chat with teachers. 

2. We post weekly observations on class dojo. These posts include written and photographic observations. Photo Observations are a perfect visual tool for a parent to see how their child is learning during an experience and provides an insight into the child's skills and development. 

3.Project Books - These are in the foyer. The children enjoy helping by cutting, pasting, and drawing in this book. It’s different to what’s in class dojo and it includes a lot more of children’s voices. 

4.This year we decided to move to online portfolios through dojo. This is to give us more time to build relationships with the children and focus more on our teaching along with being more sustainable. You may want to put together your own display folder of their creative pieces, pictures from kinder. You can save/print the photos from class dojo. At the end of the year all the class dojo groups will be deleted so please save them to your phone/computer throughout the year. 

5. Half way through the year you will be asked to complete a family reflection and collaboration for future planning form for you to reflect on your child’s growth and learning during the first half of the year. This will help inform our planning for the remainder of the year.  

If a teacher has any concerns that you need to be aware of, please be confident in knowing they will inform you. 

If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s progress, please arrange a time with your child's teacher to discuss this at any time throughout the year. We are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

 

Thank you,

from The Educational Team. 

197713105_1483568691974490_2526187710385108289_n_edited.jpg
bottom of page