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31st January 1997 at 00:00
North Ayrshire is to consider using computer-generated 5-14 reports for parents as part of a review aimed at harmonising the varied formats used by schools. Garnock Academy and its five associated primaries have already used the new method, which also aims to improve the flow of data between primary and secondary and lighten teacher workload.

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