Student Progress Reports
Each student’s parents or guardians will receive:
- Three formal written report cards every school year, including one at the end of the school year. These are written on an approved form, identify student progress and are placed in the student’s permanent file.
- Two informal reports each school year. Each school decides how informal reporting takes place.
Understanding Student Progress Reports
Find out how Ministry of Education policy translate into suggested practices for reporting student progress:
Your Kid's Progress Engagement Summary Report
The Your Kid’s Progress public engagement process represented an unprecedented level of direct conversation between the Ministry of Education and B.C. parents. A total of 5,531 feedback forms were submitted in English and French, and 379 members of the public attended 11 community open houses. In addition, 63 participants attended small group parent meetings in eight communities. In these meetings, randomly selected participants discussed reporting and completed feedback forms to provide their input on their experience of current reporting practices.
The level of participation resulted in a meaningful conversation about the future of education in B.C. and the collection of ideas to help shape the future of how we communicate student learning. This report offers a description of the public engagement process, a summary of key themes from each community open house and small group parent meeting, and a summary of the feedback collected via the online survey.