Tools for writing primary reports

Sian Evans
05th May 2017
writing primary reports,report writing, ks1 reports, ks2 reports, primary reports,primary comment banks,primary report comment banks, report generators

Make the process of report writing both smooth and pain-free with help from these supportive resources 

Can you believe that it's that time of year again? Yes, it's time to sit down and recap the progress your students have made so far. But don’t let it fill you with panic! We’ve selected the very best templates, guides and comment banks to ensure that report writing is a manageable - and dare we say - enjoyable task.

General resources

Provide clear feedback to parents with help from this editable report template, including a colour chart to visually demonstrate progress. Equally, explore this collection of report templates*, covering Year 1 to 6, in which feedback is broken down into specific learning objectives for each core and foundation subject.

Or, why not make life much easier with this report generator program*? Having submitted names, genders and a range of comments, you simply select the relevant information in order to generate personalised reports quickly and accurately.

Comment banks

Rather than reinventing the wheel, take advantage of these well-articulated comments, arranged by subject for a range of different abilities. For even more example sentences, this comprehensive comment bank is a firm favourite with the Tes community.

Or, be inspired by this collection of subject-based comments* covering the core subjects, which are ideal for clearly recapping progress in the past year and suggesting proactive goals for the future.

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