In the whole ‘life without levels’ developments I’ve yet to see much included on how schools intend to report to parents. Many systems still include ambiguous language that I’m not sure will be much better for parent’s to understand or require so much explanation that the appendix explaining the report becomes longer than the report itself.
I propose that reporting to parents should only include information that is informative, useful & formative for parents. Here is a proposal based on what I think parent’s may prefer ( if you’re a parent please tell me otherwise) and which makes reports authentic & hopefully less time consuming. I work in secondary and think that this could work in the majority of secondary contexts. Primary colleagues may have to adapt.
Who is the person in the whole of the learning process that needs to understand the most about what the student…
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