Allegra School - Changes to NAPLAN - Allegra

Changes to NAPLAN - Allegra

At Allegra School Coffs Harbour we understand a little extra support, flexible learning opportunities in small classes and an environment free from prejudice can make a significant impact to a student's confidence, wellbeing and overall school experience.Allegra is a safe learning space for students who find studying and socialising in mainstream schools challenging. We welcome young people struggling with anxiety, depression or trauma, with neurodiversity (on the spectrum) or learning difficulties, who have experienced bullying or who identify as part of the rainbow community.

We believe a small school, makes a big difference. Allegra offers small classes in an adult learning environment. We prioritise personal growth, respectful relationships and instilling a sense of belonging. Allegra offers an inclusive and flexible learning environment tailored to support students in Years 9 & 10. The subjects are the same, it's the delivery that is different. Our goal is to provide young people with the opportunity to realise their potential on both academic and personal levels.

We are not an easy alternative. We are an opportunity to reset, reinvent and refresh your academic and personal goals and provide a support network to assist you working towards those goals. Our students are carefully selected, those willing to commit to bettering themselves while being supportive of others are more likely to be enrolled.While Allegra has a range of support services to assist students with barriers to learning, we do not offer one-on-one behaviour intervention or high levels of behaviour modification.

As an independent school we are a member of the Association of Independent Schools of NSW and our aim is to offer all eligible young people the chance to grow and mature while undertaking their high school education in a safe and supportive environment. At Allegra we seek to include those young people whose lives may be complicated, challenging or require a particular understanding in order to achieve success.
Changes to NAPLAN - Allegra
Date:
July 21, 2023
Changes to NAPLAN - Allegra

Are you eligible?

Proficiency standards describe what students are expected to know and should be able to do in literacy and numeracy at the time of NAPLAN. Students’ results are measured against four levels of proficiency; exceeding, strong, developing and needs additional support.

There have been no changes in what NAPLAN assesses, it continues to measure student achievement in numeracy, reading, writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation.

Detailed information on the knowledge and skills being measured in each NAPLAN assessment is available at www.nap.edu.au If you have any questions, please contact your child’s teacher in the first instance.

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