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In this tutorial I will talk you through the steps of how to create a Report using the VEYLDF Outcomes template.

If you want to create a new report, click on the "Reports" button (1) on the top bar. You'll be automatically taken to your "Overview" page (2) which will show a list of the recent Reports. To start creating your VEYLDF report, click on "+ VEYLDF Outcomes" on the list on the right-hand side (3). As you can see on the picture below, there is also a template for 'VEYLDF Summative' which guides you through reflecting on and summarising progress at the sub-outcome level.




Once you have confirmed the template you'd like to use and selected the child you are writing the Report for, you will be taken to this screen:




Be sure to give your report a title (1) as reports cannot be saved without a title. You can set the report's status and date from the Options box (2).

Throughout the report you can choose to 'hide' certain sections or fields (3). If they are hidden, they will not show up in the finished report. Also, if any of the boxes contain no text they will be hidden by default. You can un-hide these at any point.

There is an Introduction box (4) for you to fill out any introductory information you feel is pertinent.

Next you’ll see the VEYLDF outcomes with their own boxes for you to fill in.




There are text fields to note the child’s learning and the progress they have made (1), as well as a box to note any intentional teaching strategies and learning strategies that can support the child (2).

If you would like to see observations which have been marked for the sub-outcomes of that outcome, click the blue “Observations” button (3) located next to each outcome.

After completing the outcomes section, there are a few more details to consider, such as the supplementary information.  The supplementary information provides an opportunity to include more information about the child’s learning journey.




(1) is for you to note any of the child’s interests.

(2) is for you to note any strategies or environments that support the child’s learning.

(3) is for you to note any individual learning plans for the child.

(4) is for you to note what you might do next with the child to extend and support the child’s learning.

(5) is for you to note any additional information which you feel is relevant to the report.

You will then see that there are opportunities to include the family’s and child’s voice as part of the report too.



If you publish this report for relatives, the Relative Voice (1) and Child Voice (2) can be filled in by them at any point. However, you can also fill in these sections on their behalf if you wish.

You can upload supporting documents (pictures, videos, Word and PDF files) by using the Add Files and Start Upload buttons (3).

Once you're happy with everything, click Save Report or Save and Add Another and you're all done! (6).

You will see the finished version of the Report where you can add any comments. If you want to make your report visible to relatives, you just need to follow this tutorial.


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