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loosinas Fri 08-Jul-11 20:48:55

not to have a report at the end of reception.. we've not had a report all year.. have had two parents evenings but would like to know his strengths and weaknessess on the EYFS profile before year 1

mankyscotslass Fri 08-Jul-11 20:53:11

We don't get our reports til next week, probably Friday. We finish on the followingi Thursday. DS is also in Reception.

Maybe your school will do this too?

newportstateofmind Fri 08-Jul-11 20:55:50

Teachers have a legal responsibility to report children's progress to parents. Not sure whether this has to be a written report or can be verbal though. But you should definitely have something.

Dnomaid Fri 08-Jul-11 20:56:44

It is a legal requirement that the school report to you your child's attainment across the 6 areas of learning. They must also make profile scores available.

blackeyedsusan Fri 08-Jul-11 21:16:18

where does it say they must maake profile scores avilable? (officiaal documentation. need to know because I would like to see dd's profile.

blackeyedsusan Fri 08-Jul-11 21:17:01

ooo smile

sittinginthesun Fri 08-Jul-11 21:19:46

I have a boy in year 2. We've had annual reports but never ever been told any levels etc. Quite like it, as impossible to compare against any if his classmates, but I do feel a bit left out when everyone is chatting about it in MN. smile

Feenie Fri 08-Jul-11 21:22:23

Legal doc here

Feenie Fri 08-Jul-11 21:23:22

It's a legal requirement to report the end of Y2 assessment to parents in England and Wales state schools. See above document.

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