High Impact Instruction that results in excellent student progress.


  • Teachers will implement the WA Curriculum and assessment outline .(By 2017)
  •  Process to ensure regular monitoring and tracking of student progress. (By 2018)
  • Teachers will make consistent and regular judgements of student achievement. (By 2018)
  • Effective year to year transition processes. (By 2018)
  • Staff’s daily practice reflects the school vision for teaching and assessment. (By 2017)

We will:

  • Align operational plans to the schools implementation of WA curriculum with consistent application across classroom planning, in English, Mathematics and Protective Behaviours.
  • Set whole school lesson design structure in Literacy and Numeracy Blocks.
  • Implement school wide initiatives and case management processes (identify, monitor and review) supporting whole child development with a strong focus in literacy, numeracy and pro-social behaviour.
  • Follow a school wide agreed assessment schedule and moderation process.
  • Follow a collaborative process for analysis of whole school data including discipline dialogue.
  • Utilize system and school based data to implement a targeted teaching approach.
  • Collect information from students, parents and staff to ensure differentiate and comprehen-sive transition.
  • Use the principals of teaching and assessment to shape planning and practice.
  • Specialist language teacher for Year 2 and Year 3 Students.