What is School Reports?

School Reports is a stylishly designed web-based module created to make report writing more personalised and less time consuming. School Reports connects with the rest of the Educater platform to bring information on progress to the forefront of report writing.

Who can use School Reports?

Teachers – School Reports facilitates teachers to build up their bank of statements so that they can make their reports more personable and detailed. On entry to the module, teachers are able to see all the pupils they’re assigned to at the click of a button. Once comments have been submitted for approval, feedback can be received from an approver to clearly see what, if any, changes need to be made.

SLT – The module allows the SLT to have greater management over school reports. The SLT can approve comments made by teachers and set clear deadlines with notifications for overdue reports. The SLT are able to email reports to parents where possible. Educater School Reports gives a holistic view of the whole school.

Administrators – School Reports significantly saves both time and work for administrative and support staff. The module allows staff to use personalised templates, or choose from a bank of pre-defined ones, as well as attaching a cover letter within a few clicks. To help cut back further on their workload, we’ll even set everything up for you.

Parents – Parents receive an in-depth report with personalised comments which clearly show their child’s progress and attainment. Parents are also able to view the completed report on their Parent Passport.

Key Features

  • Provides a timeline with clear deadlines for teachers and headteachers to submit comments.
  • Can include pre-defined STATonline reports. Allows users to use predefined templates or upload their own.
  • Cuts back on administrative workload – we’ll even set everything up for you. Allows teachers to build on their own personal bank of statements.
  • Displays information from STATonline and Pupil Passport to give teachers a reminder of the pupil’s progress.