Some things to remember;Management

22nd May 1998 at 01:00
John Bastiani, author of Working with Parents, offers a check list for schools wanting to review their own reports.

1 Are they jargon free and easy to understand?

2 Do they give evidence of achievement?

3 Do they indicate areas for further development?

4 Do they encourage parental involvement?

5 Do they reflect the ethos of the school?

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