The Provincial Proficiency Scale

The use of the Provincial Proficiency Scale gives students, parents and caregivers a clear understanding of what students can do now and areas for future growth. The scale views learning as an ongoing process and is intended to help students attain proficiency.

New K-12 Student Reporting

The Ministry of Education and Child Care is updating it’s K-12 student reporting policy beginning in the 2023-2024 school year. This will change aspects of how schools report learning to students and parents through what we’ve traditionally called report cards and interim reports.

Parents, caregivers, and students can still expect five ‘reports’ each school year about student learning; three formal written report cards and two informal communications. Schools will continue to determine what informal reporting looks like, at the school level (example: parent/caregiver – teacher interviews).

Descriptive feedback is provided along with a proficiency scale or letter grade/percentage, depending on the student’s grade level. Grades K-9 will receive written feedback and where your child is at on the Provincial Proficiency Scale. Letter grades and percentages are only provided for students in grades 10-12.

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