Glennie Heights Year 6 student Leesa Osborne and Year 7 student Chaise Conroy with the school’s starry night themed Jumpers and Jazz tree.
Glennie Heights Year 6 student Leesa Osborne and Year 7 student Chaise Conroy with the school’s starry night themed Jumpers and Jazz tree. Contributed

School opens up about results

AFTER installing their starry night-themed tree jumper last week, Glennie Heights School is back to the books this week and focused on improving student results and parent communication.

The school is holding an information night tonight as part of their new “transparency” initiative, which opens up student results to an extent they have never been before.

Teacher Roger Cavanagh said the open approach was largely due to the drive of the school’s new principal Sandra Wright.

“It’s all about letting the parents and other stakeholders know what’s happening in the school. We have a new principal and she is keen to raise the bar,” he said.

Ms Wright said her aim is to improve student results and show parents the school was always aiming to improve.

“We need parents to understand this is where we are now and we’re doing and how we’re looking at improving,” she said.

The information night will be held tonight from 7pm at the school.



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