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EYFS reports to parents - advice and discussion please

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by battykaz, Feb 28, 2012.

  1. Hi all
    I work in an international school and we currently report to parents at the end of every term. At the moment the report is very long - we list objectives relating to that term - and then we give a rating to each objective, ie. confidently achieved obj, working towards, and needs to improve.
    We (the current Rec and Nursery teachers) would like to revamp it. Whay do you think the main point of communicating with parents through a report, for children this age, should be? Our parents are mainly Spanish so not familiar with the British curriculum and the EY learning goals - in that case, what would you include?
    Any advice or discussion would be gratefully recieved - or any descriptions of how you report to EYFS parents,
    Many thanks in advance


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