Just wondering if it is the norm to send Learning Journeys home at the end of the year or if these are kept and given to the next teacher? Do they serve a real purpose for the year 1 teacher or will they be shoved at the back of the cupboard and never looked at? I took over my reception class in january as an NQT and have tried to keep learning journeys up to date and filled with relevant observations and work, however I feel that some of them are lacking, particularly the boys. I don't want parents to receive them and think 'is that it?!' Obviously children have been learning and succeeding in reception but I am aware that some learning journeys may not reflect this. Lack of mentor support and TA input has contributed to this situation!