St Paul's Lutheran Primary School follows a comprehensive assessment cycle across all year levels. This assessment data is critical to guiding the teachers and informing the planning and programming.
Formal reports are issued to parents at the end of Terms 2 and 4. These comply with the Federal requirements. Seesaw is used to share learning and receive parent response.
Students in the senior grades may also participate in the University of New South Wales ICAS testing program in Writing, Spelling, Maths, English, Computing and Science.
The school uses various strategies and tools to assess the progress of its students. Each student in Years 3 and 5 undertakes the national benchmark testing program NAPLAN. The results are passed on to parents and are also used by the school to gauge individual progress and the success of our programs.