Hello folks, A few years ago our old HT of our primary suggested that we should give parents, at Autumn and Spring term parents evening, a word processed pro forma on a piece of paper which had effort levels academic levels which included previous term and end of year targets and personalised written targets for Reading Writing and Maths. We teach mixed y5 and 6 classes, and mix these classes as we set for maths. We write a maths report to be read (at each meeting) to the parent for pupils not in our class for maths. Oh- and we also have to produce a word processed report for all class pupils which includes useful family/ friendship info to be shared at phase group hand-over on the first day of September term. We stay for an open evening in early September where everyone is invited to meet us, because the official Parents Evening is in November. Is everyone doing this? I don't go away at half term any more but I don't want to stick my neck out and ruffle feathers if preparing this kind of paperwork/report is common practice and expected these days. What do you do in KS2?