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parent handbooks aim to bring parents and teachers together for the benefit of the children. Provides useful hints on how to help learners adapt to their school year and what could be expected of them.
are creative and often inspiring.
These photocopiable packs are affordable and offer quality resources on a wide range of topics. Ideal for use by teachers, or learners who are supervised by a teacher. Most packs include suggested answers – see product information on each product for more details.
are CAPS compliant and provide lessons for the full year. These resources can supplement textbooks and offer creative, learner-centred activities, with many opportunities for assessment.
should be used together with the workbooks. The teacher’s guide outlines each lesson; provides additional resources and links; includes opportunity for assessment and some rubrics. You can use the teacher’s guide as your prep file for the year.
These comments are intended to be used with version 5.0 and above of the Report Assistant - get a copy of this
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New for 2005! Form Tutor, Drama, Art, PE and UCAS statements.
Even if your subject/age range is not present, many of these comments can easily be edited for your use. If you do use any of the comments, please repay the compliment by emailing some of yours to me, which I will then add to this page. I am more than happy to credit you and/or your school.
The comment files are in two formats:
Current Format: Report Assistant (tra) files: Those links in shown in bold are in the 'tra' format and can be downloaded and opened by the Report Assistant complete with grouped statements and headings.
Old Format: Plain Text files (txt): The remaining non bold comments are in plain text format - the text will be loaded into your browser if you click on the comment - use your browser's 'back' button to return here. Either copy them and paste into one of the Report Assistant comment boxes (but don't forget to save)or right click on the link and select 'Save Target as' - it can then be opened by the Report Assistant in a single comment box (without headings).
Primary/Elementary Comments:up to Year 6 in the UK (Grade 5 in the US)
Large list ofGeneral Comments for Foundation Level (Grades 1-2 in the US), courtesy of Judith Adelsberg.
|Large list ofGeneral Comments for Foundation Level |
(Grades 1-2 in the US), courtesy of Judith Adelsberg.
|KS1/2 PE, courtesy Rupert Gibson|
Large list ofGeneral Comments (includes literacy, maths, science) for Key Stage 1 (Grades 1-2 in the US).
Large list of KS1 general comments in text format (copy and paste into the Report Assistant), courtesy Judith Mabbott.
Key Stage 1 comments (Grades 1-2 in the US), courtesy of Sarah Tearle, Cheshunt, Herts:English comments for Year 6 (UK) (around Grades 4/5 in the US), courtesy of Alan Dapre of Nottingham:
Speaking and Listening (includes literacy hour)
Alan uses symbols for comment types: + is above average (approaching level 5), > are comments for the average pupil (level 4) and - for those operating below average (level 3).
Large list of General Comments for Key Stage 2 (Grades 3-5 in the US), courtesy of Mandy Lightfoot.
More comments for a range of subjects at Key Stage 2, courtesy of Rob Gilbey of Nottingham:I have to be honest - I like Rob's turn of phrase and used some of his statements for my Year 7 science class!More comments for a range of subjects at upper Key Stage 2, courtesy of Mark Hughes from Ilford:
More comments for a range of subjects at Key Stage 2 :KS2 Art/Technology/ICT/MusicComments for Key Stage 3 (UK) (around Grades 5/6 in the US), courtesy of Rhoscolyn School, Anglesey:
Year 7 Science comments- these are my own.
|Y8 Science||Y9 Chemistry||Y10 Physics|
Y9 Maths comments - courtesy Pete Garrod, made by using and adapting other comments on this page.
Drama Comments:Drama ProgressionGeneral Drama Drama KS3 Levelscourtesy of Paul Mills
|KS3/4 Maths comments - courtesy Jean Heap||KS3 Physical Education - courtesy Piers Tolson|
|French comments - courtesy Pierre Renaud (USA)||Year 8 ICT (bias & validity unit) - courtesy John Pilkington|
|KS3 Art- courtesy Frances Nigogosian (a few in Welsh)||Personal & Social Y10 - courtesy J Slack|
Technology Comments for Yrs 11&13 (UK) (around Grades 9-12 in the US), courtesy of Brian O'Connor, West Derby Comprehensive School, Liverpool:Comments Based on National Curriculum Levels of Attainment (UK):
|Science Key Stage 1||Science Key Stage 2||Science Key Stage 3|
KS4 (approx)Form Tutor and PE comments (in text format - paste into the Report Assistant), courtesy Liz Webb
|KS3/4 PE courtesy Andrew |
Jones (Cheadle High)
|KS4 History courtesy |
|GCSE ICT courtesy |
|KS3 PE courtesy |
List of commentsused by Bill Pearl to create IEP's for students with Special Educational Needs. The file is a plain text file; comments should be pasted into the Report Assistant.
|Long, individualized Technology |
Yr 13 comments
Y12/13 Chemistry 1
|Y12 Psychology(courtesy Liz Brookes)|
A set of statements forUCAS reference writers (specifically maths, but could be adapted to other subjects), courtesy of Bernard Cooke.
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