Marcellin College Randwick

Aeterna Non Caduca | The Eternal Not The Transitory

ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING

 

ASSESSMENT

Marcellin College Art studentParents and their sons need to be familiar with the College Assessment Policy. Every student is issued with an Assessment Schedule at the beginning of the year. This document contains; description of each task, due dates, percentage weighting and procedures to be followed.

The 2017 Assessment Schedules


REPORTING

Students receive a formal report from the College at the conclusion of each semester. The reports outline a student's academic progress and his learning profile.

Years 7- 10

For Years 7-10 the report contains the following information:

  • Achievement Grade (A-E): overall performance in the course
  • Quartile (1-4): a measure of a student's performance in relation to the group
  • Outcomes (High-Unsatisfactory): levels of achievement in key areas of the course

 

Years 11- 12

For Years 11-12 the report contains the following information:

  • Examination Mark (0-100): this mark measures a student's performance in the exam
  • Assessment Mark (0-100): this mark measures a student's performance in all tasks
  • Rank (1-n): a measure of a student's performance in relation to the group
  • Outcomes (High-Unsatisfactory): levels of achievement in key areas of the course

 


ACARA - Privacy Policy

Under the Privacy Act 1988, residential address information is classified as 'personal information' therefore the parent/legal guardian of each student must be advised that their residential address will be provided to ACARA. As part of the data collection protocols, ACARA (Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority) are required to provide parents with a copy of the attached Privacy Notice to Parents.

The Marcellin Graduate

They arrive as young boys dependent very much on their parents and their teachers; they depart as adults in the eyes of the law. Young men - citizens of the world. There is an impression that the Marcellin boy is cocooned on the eastern side of Anzac Parade. The challenge for him is that he sees beyond that into the broader world. He is a global citizen. He is called to reach out to others, to let go of any preoccupation with self. His destiny is, as
St Marcellin Champagnat foretold, to be a good Christian and good citizen.