Student learning will be assessed using the Australian Curriculum Framework.
Our student reports meet the requirements of the State Government plain-language student reports for South Australian public schools. This means that our reports:
- are provided in writing with descriptive comments each term
- use plain English that is easy to understand
- provide a professional assessment of each student’s progress and achievement in relation to the Negotiated Education Plan (NEP) goals set.
Pastoral care is central to the total school environment at Roma Mitchell Secondary College and addresses the diverse needs of our school community and their well-being both individually and as a whole.
We have three formal Pastoral Care workers, but our entire teaching team is resolute in their determination to build a sense of community, harmony and cohesion.
We understand our young people often face challenges and our pastoral care is focused on developing confidence, optimism and resilience