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English Report Writing Comment Bank

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A comprehensive set of documents which aid with the writing of reports, hopefully providing you with the tools you need to write fair, honest and balanced reports for English. The comment bank covers the following areas (as you can see from the preview there are documents for each): Introductory comments/learning cognition and progress Topics Covered Behaviour and Attitude (with targets) Reading/comprehension (and targets) Writing skills (and targets) The resources are suited to secondary Key Stages 3 and 4. Most of the comments simply require you to add a student’s name or to write their specific gender in the space provided. I’m sure these will save you a good deal of time and effort, and help bring a little inspiration to the baleful process of report writing!
General Pastoral Report CommentsQuick View
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General Pastoral Report Comments

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General Pastoral Report Comments for 28 students. Written for a class of year 5 students but would be suitable for any class from year 1 - year 9. Full paragraph per child can be copied, pasted and easily adapted.
Science Report CommentsQuick View
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Science Report Comments

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264 differentiated science comments for boys and girls, covering 13 key areas for your primary KS2 reports. Create your report comments quickly this year by simply choosing a collection of comments to suit each child, one from each section. There are enough comments to create different personalised paragraphs of comments for a whole class of 30 children. Written for the whole of KS2 focusing on learning aptitudes and the general areas covered so perfect for years 3, 4, 5 and 6. A summary of content is also provided to remind you of the topics covered in science by your year group to further personalise the reports. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these original comments to create personalised and thoughtful reports. Differentiated 264 comments overall, divided into 3 ability groups: high, middle and low ability. Each group contains 13 sections with 6 comments in each. There are also 30 next steps included, differentiated into 3 ability groups. High Quality Use these high quality science report comments, covering: Attitude General Knowledge Speaking and Listening Learning New Concepts Group Work Equipment Observations and Experiments Predictions Fair Tests Measuring, Data and Recording Findings Conclusions Written Work Asking Questions Easy to Use They all come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are shown with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace, to insert names. Also… Check out my other handy end of year resources: General Report Comments 320+ English Report Comments 280+ Maths Report Comments Report Comments MEGA BUNDLE
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General Report Comments

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An extensive bank of general report comment statements covering all aspects of school life. Suitable for KS1 and KS2. Easily make 30 different personalised paragraphs for your class. Use the boy or girl versions to save even more time. Choose from the 256 comments, enough to create a whole class of different reports. Quickly create your general report comment paragraphs by choosing the right comment to suit each child, one from each of the 13 sections. Describe your pupils in a precise, eloquent and efficient way. Written for all primary year groups, relevant for years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 High Quality Use these high quality comments, 18 pages covering: overall summary of year attitude to learning hardworking nature behaviour peer relationships group work responsibilities learning outcomes presentation strengths areas for development homework and spellings summary and looking forward Easy to Use All the comments come in a girl and a boy version saving you having to change any pronouns. All names are replaced with 3 stars so you just have to find and replace to insert names. Save Time Teaching is busy enough without report writing as well, save time whilst doing a good job. Easily copy and paste these thoughtful comments to create personalised and admired reports. Also… Check out these other handy end of year resources: English Report Comments Maths Report Comments Geography Report Comments
Report Comments Mega BundleQuick View
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Report Comments Mega Bundle

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Save time and energy this year when writing your primary KS2 reports. Use these extensive report banks to quickly whip up a class full of personalised English, maths, science and general comment paragraphs. Simply copy and paste a selection of thoughtful comments to suit each child, choosing from each large subject bank. Speedily create fluent paragraphs describing the whole child. Each subject is divided into sections, in total there are enough sentences to create different paragraphs for every child in your class. All appropriate and relevant to your pupils. Ideal for years 3,4,5 and 6, easily adaptable for KS1. Impress your pupils, your parents and your head teacher with articulate and positive comments for these subjects. Show your pupils and their families you do know them well by choosing comments to suit each child. End the year knowing you’ve valued and helped each pupil in your class, whilst saving time for the wellbeing of yourself outside of school. You can also find lots of other handy end of year resources at my shop. Why not use my SMART targets to choose next steps for your pupils? Or use my Assessment Guidance to speed up your end of year data decisions.
KS2 reading report comment bankQuick View
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KS2 reading report comment bank

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Reading report comment bank created for year 5 but would work for years 4-6. Varied sentence structure and abilities catered for. A full class of full paragraph comments including. Names and nouns replaced with X for ease of editing.
Report Writing programmeQuick View
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Report Writing programme

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Save time and effort writing reports. An end of year report writer that allows you to quickly create pupil reports simply by clicking on a series of user modifiable comments. Now in use in 400 Schools in over 20 Countries. Comments are organised into 9 sections (opening, behavioural, progress, strengths, weaknesses, closing and 3 user defined categories with 18 comments in each section). Comments automatically update to insert pupil names and to match gender specific pronouns (he/she, his/her etc). Once assembled the comments can be copied and pasted into your own report packages and a file containing all the reports for your class set can be created. Suitable for all teachers at all key stages through suitable modification of the comments in the comment banks. This is Version 2 which scrolls even faster between comment categories. This is an Excel file which uses macros to run, read the help sheet in the file to enable macros. See a demo at https://youtu.be/7rNxxekoUpk Have a look and download the free evaluation version at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/report-writer-free-evaluation-version-11751250 Please note this spreadsheet will not run on Mac versions of Excel, it will only run on PC versions of , due to incompatibility issues between Microsoft Office on the 2 different platforms.
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Writing report comment bank KS2

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Full paragraph writing report comments. Written for year 5 but could be used for KS2 in general. Names and pronouns replaced with X for easy editing and adaptation. A full class of comments included.
Report Writing Comments (full comments NOT short sentence statements!).Quick View
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Report Writing Comments (full comments NOT short sentence statements!).

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Before you read on, these are not short sentence stems or phrases that you join together with other random statements to make up a comment. These are full and comprehensive teacher comments that are differentiated for all levels and abilities in any class. Below is a Mathematics exemplar for you to read and decide if this is appropriate to your school report card layout before you commit to investing your money. You will get differentiated comments for Mathematics, Reading, Writing, Science & Technology, Computing, Topic, ICT and Art & DT. Also with this resource you get 'Next steps' statements for the core subjects. Each core subject comment is between 650-680 characters (including spaces). "(Name) writes with confidence across the curriculum and it is clear she has made outstanding progress this year through using a widening range of punctuation and connectives. She has developed her ability to write with flare and improved her understanding of alliteration and similes. She has a wonderful imagination that she is becoming more confident at articulating through her increasing vocabulary range. She is keen to experiment with word order and embraces the creative side to writing.
Report Comment BundleQuick View
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Report Comment Bundle

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RECENTLY UPDATED FOR 2020-2021 Includes full paragraph comments for KS2 Reading, Writing, Maths, Science, Computing and Pastoral. Also includes end of term activity sheets booklet for students to get on with whilst you battle with all those reports to write! Hoping this bundle will be easy to use and adapt to relieve some of the pressure at this time of year. Bundle value is £16.60
SATS Reading RevisionQuick View
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SATS Reading Revision

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SATS 2020 - 100 reading questions organised by content domain, created for SATS revision. This is a popular revision tool for the Y6 Reading SATS test! The resource can be used all year round to help prepare pupils for the requirements of the 2020 KS2 test or as a last minute revision tool. Get ready for the 2020 KS2 reading assessments with this SATS Question Generator! Covering all of the reading content domains, you can use this SATS revision resource to practise the different types of questions that might come up in the KS2 SATS paper. Select one of the following modes: - Choose a particular reading content domain to revise - Practise those tricky 3-mark questions where pupils often lose marks - Revise fiction/non-fiction/poetry questions - Random mode, giving you a mixture of all types of questions The SATs revision resource also includes handy hints and tips to help pupils in the test. Perfect for teachers to use as morning work, lesson starters or revision sessions or alternatively for pupils to practise independently at school or at home. Each slide contains a short passage in the style of the reading SATS papers and then a question to answer. This is a must-have resource for Y6 pupils working towards their reading SATS tests! You might also like our similar resource: Y6 SATS Question Generator: SPAG #helpwithsats
Year 6  Report commentsQuick View
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Year 6 Report comments

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Reading comments Science comments Maths comments Writing comments for high, middle and lower ability.
Study SkillsQuick View
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Study Skills

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4 hours of fully resourced lesson packs which could be used for PSHE or Tutor Time (they apply to every subject), to equip students with the best study skills and tools to revise successfully. All lesson packs are complete with a detailed PowerPoint, accompanying differentiated worksheets, clip links with questions, plenaries, clear LOs and starters. All are well differentiated to three levels throughout to enable clear evidence of progress for all students. 1: Revision skills - the best revision skills and how to implement them in a variety of subjects. 2. How can we make the best of our short-term and long term memories? Getting the most out of our brains when it comes to revising for exams. 3. What is plagiarism? How can we avoid it and what are the consequences for this in the wider world? 4. How can we make ourselves persevere when all we want to do is procrastinate? How to beat the procrastination blues and re-focus again and again. Many more inexpensive PSHE, RE and Citizenship GCSE free resources at my shop: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
GCSE Sociology - Complete Workbook SetQuick View
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GCSE Sociology - Complete Workbook Set

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This bundle contains a complete series of workbooks made for GCSE Sociology students. It includes the four new workbooks made for each of the four main sections of the course (Family, Education, Crime & Deviance, and Social Stratification) and, as a bonus resource, my very popular Research Methods workbook. The workbooks were designed for the AQA specification and adapted for the WJEC/EDUQAS specification (two versions of each workbook are included in this resource pack). Each of the four main workbooks contains the following: Student Progress-Check Tasks A Personal Learning Checklist Activity 1 - Mind-Map Overview Task Activity 2 - Reading Comprehension Activity 3 - Key-Work Match & Listing Tasks Activity 4 - Online Research Tasks Activity 5 - Reading Comprehension Activity 6 - Bare-bones Essay Planning Task Activity 7 - Creative Tasks (Posters & Poetry) Activity 8 - Investigate & Report (Newspaper Article Task) Activity 9 - Reading Comprehension Activity 10 - Essay-Planning Activity Activity 11- Essay Assessment Extension Tasks (Many!) Each contains 25+ sides of activities and is designed to be printed as a double-sided workbook. The files are in editable Word (.doc) format in-case you wish to make any amendments (e.g. changing the exam questions). The workbooks are not designed to be a comprehensive: they each include selected readings and cover some (not all) of the topics listed in the specification. If you are happy with your purchase and leave a 5* rating for this TES bundle, please email me ( godwin86@gmail.com ) and I will send you a FREE ‘Revision Strategy Battle Planner’ which will be useful for your Year 11 students. Visit gcsesociology.com for more GCSE Sociology resources! Make sure you join the main GCSE Sociology Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/sociologygcse/ Copyright Adam Godwin (2020) - strictly not for redistribution.
Form Teacher and Head of Year Report Comments 2019.Quick View
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Form Teacher and Head of Year Report Comments 2019.

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Are endless reports getting you down? This might help. Fully editable report comments for form tutors and Heads of Year. These comments are fully editable so that you can modify them to suit your particular requirements. We hope that this resource significantly speeds up the report writing process for you. Provided as a Word document for complete editing freedom. Ideal for all secondary school year groups.
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Superhero times table tests

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This is a complete scheme for time tables that is based around children 'battling' superheros. (which they love!)There are times table tests, certificates included, a poster for display and a basic policy. The tests continue onto related maths skills, such as: multiplying with place value; 1 X 2 digit multiplication and FDP of amounts. I also prepared a prezi to introduce it: http://prezi.com/0drl0zqfz8yy/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copyérc=ex0share Also included is a book for practise/recording progress. times tables, division, multiplication
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report comment bank

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Comments I have collected over the years all in one place. I cannot take credit for them at all - they are just ones I have found on the internet and copied onto a word document. Very helpful when writing reports!
Scaled score to fine level conversion & Attainment 8 changes 2016-19.Quick View
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Scaled score to fine level conversion & Attainment 8 changes 2016-19.

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These are resources for teachers, data managers or members of SLT responsible for attainment and progress. They take KS2 national SAT data and gives a possible way to convert the KS2 scaled scores into equivalent fine levels so that the attainment 8 estimates for 2019 can be used to monitor the progress of learners in 2020 onwards. They also analyse the changes in attainment 8 data over the last 5 years, gives some possible explanations for the changes and why these should now stabilise. Finally there are resources for comparing a school’s KS2 SAT data fine level or scaled scores with national.