Reporting to you
Our student management system (SMS)
Our student management system (SMS) is an online tool called Hero for Linc-Ed. We use this system to store all of our information about every single child at our school - everything from home address and parent contact numbers to assessment data and medical information. It is really important that you let us know if you change address, phone or email so we can ensure we have the correct contact information for you.
Via this system you can see your school account and all the emails and notices that have been sent out to you - there will never be a lost email or notice again!
All parent emails we have are set up with Hero access - you just need to click this link and follow the instructions to access it: https://linc-ed-hero.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360026349934-Logging-into-Hero-Information-for-Parents
You will receive ONE form of notification when a Community Notice is published in Hero:
If you download the Hero mobile app you will receive an in-app notification on your phone and no emails.
If you log into Hero via a web browser you will receive an email notification.
If you log in on a phone and a tablet, you will get in-app notifications to both devices. If you log out of one device (e.g. phone) you will continue to receive in-app notifications on the other device (e.g. tablet). If you log out of both mobile devices you will receive an email notification.
If you have logged into the Hero mobile app previously but is currently logged out on all of your devices you will receive an email notification.
In all cases, the notification will direct you to log into Hero to view the full post.
Hero truncates email notifications to show the first 800 characters of the post within the body of the email notification. By logging into Hero, you can view the full message, embedded documents, media, or links to download attachments.
Seesaw for sharing learning & Reporting
Reporting at Pegasus Bay looks a little different. We use Seesaw to show the progress of our learners. This environment allows, students, parent and teachers to interact with students learning on an ongoing basis.
Ask your child's home group teacher for access to Seesaw if you don't already have it set up.
For a broad guide on where your child should be, and what you can do to support their learning at home, refer to the guides to the right of this page.
Meeting with you
We hold 2 face-to-face meetings between parents and teachers each year. During this meeting the homeroom teacher will talk through your child’s progress across the curriculum and how this sits within their working curriculum level.
This is also a time where the homeroom teacher will discuss the social, emotional and attitudinal aspects of your child’s learning. It is important for you to get a measure of this and discuss what support can be given to encourage positive progress in all areas of your child’s education.