Communication between home and school is highly valued at Baringa.
Communication between home and school is highly valued at Baringa. To help facilitate this, each student is provided with a communication book or diary, which may be used to write messages and share information between home and school.
Parents may contact teaching staff by phone during non-teaching periods. Appointments need to be made for visits to the school and meetings.
Formal reporting to parents is carried out twice a year. Written reports are completed and sent home to parents at the end of term 2 and term 4.
Student support group meetings are held during term 1 & 3 and are used to plan for student programs as well as reporting progress in learning areas to parents.
Parents are asked to consider a Guiding Principle for their children which then becomes the overarching goal for students throughout the school year.
If parents wish to contact teachers outside of the formal reporting times they need to phone the school during non-teaching periods. Appointments need to be made for visits to the school and meetings.