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Semester Two Reports

Moving forward, there will be a change to the format of the Semester Reports (for students in Years One – Six). The report will now show content descriptors in the areas of:

  • Religious Education
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Health Education
  • Physical Education
  • Art
  • Music

The above subjects will no longer include a comment from the teacher; however, information regarding individual subjects will be included in the General Comment.

We have made the decision to move to content descriptors as they describe what is to be taught and what students are expected to learn. They include knowledge, skills, and understanding for each learning area as students progress through schooling. The content descriptors provide a well-researched scope and sequence of teaching, within which teachers determine how best to cater for individual students’ learning needs and interests.

School Reports will be sent to parents via SEQTA on Thursday 8 December. Loreto Nedlands utilises the SEQTA Engage Parent Portal for parents to access student reports for students in Kindy to Year Six at the end of each semester. If you have not already done so, please log in to SEQTA Engage to ensure you are able to access your child’s report.

To do this you will need to access: and use your current username and password. The link is also found on the homepage of our school website (choose Our Parents, then SEQTA Engage).

If you know your username but have forgotten your password, please click on the “Forgot your Password?” link and an immediate email will be sent to you. The password reset link in the email will expire within one hour, so please action immediately. If you have forgotten both of these, then please contact the school office and we can remind you of your username. If you are new to using SEQTA Engage you will receive an email to set up a login account. This email will expire within seven days so please action this as soon as possible.

Little Moments

Bup (Kindy) – Positive Approach to Learning

Eleanor (Kindy) – Positive Approach to Learning 

Isabella (Kindy) – Amazing Manners 

May (Kindy) – Amazing Manners 

Kian (Pre-Primary) Growth Mindset 

Lola (Pre-Primary) Positive Approach to Learning 

Ethan (Pre-Primary) Positive Approach to Learning 

Alexander D (Year Two)- Positive Approach to Learning 

Matthew (Year Four) – Displaying the Value of Freedom 

Kitty (Year Four) – Growth Mindset 

Justin (Year Four) – Growth Mindset 

Owen (Year Four) – Growth Mindset

Rebecca Barfoot, Assistant Principal, Loreto Nedlands