A History of Strong Academic Performance
State Govt. Literacy & Numeracy Testing (WALNA)
All schools in WA are required to participate annually in the Government Literacy and Numeracy testing process. Ask your current school how it fairs when compared with other schools.
The academic performance of Al-Hidayah Islamic School is outstanding. The school consistently achieves results well above the state average in both the NAPLAN and EasyMark tests. The school has a history of achieving results well above the state average as shown in the previous Western Australian Literacy and Numeracy Assessment (WALNA) tests (2000 - 2007). The school is to be commended on achieving these standards when the majority of it’s students have a Language Background Other Than English (LBOTE). These assessments test students’ knowledge and skills in numeracy, reading, spelling and writing. They are designed for “normal range” students, that is, for students for whom, among other things, (LBOTE) is not an issue.
MySchool.edu.au NAPLAN Comparisons
The performance of schools on NAPLAN tests is greatly affected by a range of student intake and school location characteristics. When comparing schools, it is important to compare like with like. The My School website allows and encourages comparisons with schools that are statistically similar in terms of a range of factors known to affect test performance. To go directly to Al-Hidayah Islamic School's profile on the MySchool.edu.au website, click here.