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Hi everyone,

 

Just a quick query...

 

How many people are still writing end of year reports as well as completing the CoEL statements?

 

I have written all my reports which are very detailed. I am teaching year 1 from Sept so will have the same group of children. I feel that the reports cover what the children are like as learners and I know them very well so do not need the CoEL statements for myself as I already have that knowledge ready for year 1.

 

I'm feeling like it would be a waste of time to basically repeat what I've already written in my reports but just under the CoEL headings! I also don't think the parents would understand why I have duplicated the reports.

 

Any thoughts or advice would be great.

 

Claire :D

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My reports were effectively the CoEL comments with some specific learning examples included. I then just wrote a general statement about how the child had settled over the year. I found I would be repeating too. My head told me this week they were fantastic so I'm taking that!

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Hi

Our end of year reports had a specific section for comments relating to CoEL as well as statements specific to ELG's, with a short general comments section at the end. Really quite long and comprehensive but a great record of their achievements. Our head liked ours too!

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on our reports i reported on the prime area and then on the CoEL (i was complemented on my reports this year was told they were very individual) i have verbally passed on to the Y1 teacher learning and play styles, attitude to learning etc but am i supposed to do anything else?

deb

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