Reports help parents see their child’s progress. As a teacher, you will need to highlight any concerns you may have but also take the opportunity to congratulate the child’s efforts. It is important that a school report is truthful, diplomatic and paints a true picture of the child’s strengths and weaknesses. It is important to communicate the way forward to both parents and child, so that they are both aware of that appropriate action is taken.
When writing reports, it’s important to sandwich any negative comments between the positive, this can sometimes be hard, and finding the right words can be a challenge.
Make the process of report writing both smooth with some help from these supportive resources, a bank of report comments with special focus on the areas: responsibility and independence, and quality of work.
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