School Reports & Grades

Formal Reporting at Campbell Primary School

  • All schools in Western Australia are required to provide two formal reports per year, at the end of Term 2 and Term 4.
  • Teachers report against the Western Australian Curriculum learning areas.
  • Teachers make judgments of student achievement in relation to the year level achievement standard.
  • Teachers also report to parents/ carers with information regarding the development of other student attributes that influence learning. (Attitude, behaviour and effort).
  • The school also provides parents with a position report that gives a snapshots of achievement grades across each year level.


Teachers report on the 5 Outcomes identified in the Early Years Learning Framework, providing an individual comment for early Mathematics and English.




Classroom Teachers report on English and Mathematics.

Year 1 to Year 6.

Classroom Teachers report on English, Mathematics, History and Social Sciences, Technologies and Health.

Any student who receives a D/E grade in HaSS, Health or Technologies will receive an individual comment for that area.

Specialist Areas

These include Science, the Arts, Languages (Italian) and Physical Education.

  • Children may undertake a variety of specialist areas across the year according to the school’s specialist rotation.
  • All students receive a grade for the specialist subjects undertaken each semester.
  • Any student who receives an A, D/E grade will receive an individual comment for that area.
  • Specialist Teachers will also provide a range of showcases and work samples to share with parents samples of student work and achievement across specialist areas.
  • In Year 5 and Year 6 Science, students will receive an individualised comment once per year.


Reports and Grades

School reports provide an overview of each child’s achievement against the Western Australian Curriculum Achievement Standards which represent the “C” grade. These standards reflect the Western Australian Curriculum, which is mandated for use by all schools. The learning standard described by each of the Achievement Standards embodies high expectations of learning achievement.

As the grade requirements change each year, continually increasing in complexity, with students required to demonstrate more complex skills, the grade that students achieve in any semester may change. This does not mean that students are no longer making progress.

It is important to note that for a student to be awarded a “C” grade, using these standards, represents a significant achievement.

What is the A to E grade scale?

The A to E grade scale summarises the standard (or quality) of achievement associated with each grade. The scale describes:

  • the depth of knowledge and understanding and
  • the range of skills that students working at that standard typically show.

Reports also indicate the level of effort and the attitude and behaviours that students demonstrate in their learning across each semester. Parents should refer to the effort mark, work habits and comments for further insight into the achievement of their child.


Accessing School Reports

School reports are published to Connect at the end of each semester.  For detailed instructions on how to access school reports on Connect please use this link