As we approach the final day of the 2013 school year we can reflect on a very successful year for our students, staff and community. Our significant targets in student learning have been achieved with almost fifty percent of our students achieving results in the upper two bands of NAPLAN and ninety-eight percent plus of students achieving at or above the national minimum standards. In addition we have recorded high levels of customer satisfaction from parents and students with the majority of responses about learning above 95%. Teachers too have recorded 98% or more for their satisfaction levels with their teaching assignments. Jindalee has also recorded satisfaction in the high nineties for using information and communications technologies in learning.
In other areas across the school we have also achieved the goals we set or we are well on the way with some innovative and exciting plans to move learning forward. In the areas of support for student learning we are embarking on a plan that will bring a consistent, collaborative and communicative approach to supporting teaching and learning. More support will be delivered to classroom teachers to allow them to make the difference that the data proves that only they can make. Through this exciting model we will see greater levels of partnership between staff, parents and students that will result in our students going further than we believed possible.
This year has been a year of change in education and we will continue to build on these innovations to ensure 2014 is an even more successful year for teaching and learning at Jindalee.