Report book comments for parents
Parent FeedbackIt is really important to The Oaks Primary School to ensure that we obtain Parent feedback regularly. This information allows us to see where our strengths lie and also the areas in which we need to improve.We sent out our latest Parent and Carer Questionnaire in the Summer Term 201 and we were thrilled with the results.Please take some time to read the results and also the parents comments made.
Various formats are used including letter grades, numbers, checklists and teacher comments that indicate how a child is performing in different areas. For each report card period, teachers usually write descriptive comments for every student. If only negative statements are written, the parent may feel overwhelmed and thus be unable to help their child. Use for ANY reporting period, even end of year. View TABLE of CONTENTS (Also see commThis resource for teachers is a huge, 180 page collection of printable report card comments that can be used for reporting at any grade level (primary, elementary, intermediate, high school) and reporting period, even end of year.
Save time by simply inserting names of students into comments that best match their level of achievement. Key words have been bolded and pages uncluttered to make writing, searching and sight reading easier. Have a look at some of the free, sample comments below. As a teacher, it is our duty to be truthful, but we also need to be tactful.
Kimberly Colen addresses nearly every possible scenario that teachers come in contact with. When I write comments on report cards, I try to think of at least one positive comment. Parents are more acceptable of critical comments if you can also tell them something good about their child.