Regular reporting to parents has always been a major event in any school’s calendar. And as every teacher knows, the preparation, writing and collation of reports can be time-consuming and frustrating. When Schools’ minister Jim Knight announced at BETT in January that all parents will get regular electronic reports on their children’s progress, far beyond the traditional annual school report, there were doubtless some raised eyebrows and the scratching of heads as to how this was going to happen.
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