Behaviour reports

13th November 2009 at 00:00

The Government wants school reports to become more extensive - to include information on behaviour - and teachers should be able to collect personal information about parents. Officials are consulting on changing regulations to allow school staff to give detailed accounts of pupils' conduct, good and bad, for the first time. They believe this will help to tackle bad behaviour. A consultation on the changes also calls for reports to be sent to parents electronically and for improved school websites.

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