Writing Reports by Anonymous

Sector: Secondary
Subject taught (if applicable):
Position: Teacher
What is your advice about? writing reports

  1. Learn the difference between practice and practise. Apply correct spelling consistently.
  2. Save time by having a template, but after pasting triple check you’ve got the right name and pronouns for every kid.
  3. Get a colleague to proof read your reports. This is essential if you don’t want your reports returned to you or someone else wasting time correcting them for you.
  4. Meet the school deadline for submission so you get a reputation for being reliable and organised rather than the opposite.
  5. Use SIMS (or your school’s equivalent) to check photos of students if you teach every kid in the year and aren’t EXACTLY sure who you’re writing about.

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