Since the 2011-2012 school year, all schools in Québec have been using a standardized report card implemented by the Ministère. This report card ensures parents receive clear and consistent information about their child’s progress.
It is important that you understand certain details about this report card. To start, the report card communicates the detailed results for each subject in the Québec Education Program (French, Mathematics, Social Sciences, etc.). When necessary, those subjects are subdivided into subject-specific competencies (reading, writing, oral expression). Here is an example of the results for French.
Important dates: End of Term 1: November, End of Term 2: March, End of Term 3: June
- In Elementary 4 and 6 and in Secondary II, the results obtained on the ministerial examinations count for 20% of the final mark.
- The weighting of the competencies may vary depending on the child’s grade level.
What to do if my child is failing?
Parent-teacher conference preparation.
|Intervention plan measures :
Flexibility and adaptation No impact on the report card.
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|We focus on solutions that will help the child make progress.|