KB0210 – Junior School Report Writing

The following article demonstrates the process for writing junior school reports. All comment length limits will be visible in a counter below comment boxes.

Quick links to student report page explanations:

Class Teachers English/Maths PE Other Subjects

SUBJECT REPORTS:


1. In Edumate, click on ‘Learning‘ then ‘Write Course Reports‘.

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2. Choose the report period you are wanting to report reports for, then the class.

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3a. For all subjects except English, Maths and PE:

In ‘write course reports’, you will see a list of students for the selected class. For each student you will have a text box where you fill in the Semester Outline (orange arrow). Make sure after each outline you put your initial and surname on a new line (green arrow, only required where the subject teacher isn’t the normal class teacher). If you have set up your semester outlines in the comment bank, they can be inserted from the comment bank button (blue arrow), and then copied and pasted into the other student’s outline boxes.

Finally you will need to fill in the achievement/application for each student (red arrows). The first 6 achievement options are for grades 1-6, and the three options K1-K3 are for kindergarten.

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The application options are not in order currently so please be careful to select the appropriate one.

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Make sure to click ‘Save’ when you are finished.


3b. For English and Maths:

In ‘write course reports’, click on the name of the student you wish to write the report for (for a class start with the first name).

Fill in the achievements for each category, or use the ‘set all’ option to set them all to the same achievement outcome (red arrows). The achievements numbered 1-6 are for yr1-6, kindergarten use the K1-K3 achievements. Next, set the application (orange arrow). Then fill in the semester outline (you can insert this from the comment bank if it has been set up, blue arrows). Finally, fill in the teacher comment, and finish with initial and surname on a new line (green arrow, only required where the subject teacher isn’t the normal class teacher). The character limits are in the boxes under each section.

When you are ready, click ‘save and next’ at the top to move onto the next student.


3c. For PE:

In ‘write course reports’, click on the name of the student you wish to write the report for (for a class start with the first name).

Fill in the achievement score (red arrows). The achievements numbered 1-6 are for yr1-6, kindergarten use the K1-K3 achievements. Next, set the application (orange arrow). Then fill in the semester outline (you can insert this from the comment bank if it has been set up, blue arrows). Finally, fill in the teacher comment, and finish with initial and surname on a new line (green arrow, only required where the subject teacher isn’t the normal class teacher).

When you are ready, click ‘save and next’ at the top to move onto the next student.

 


CLASS TEACHER REPORTS:


1. In Edumate, click on ‘Learning‘ then ‘Write Summation Reports‘.


2. Select the report period, change the group to ‘Tutor Group‘, then choose the class.


3. Click on the student for whom you want to write the tutor teacher report.


4. You will see the Responsibilities & Activities at the top (red arrow) for the report period, which need to be checked and any issues need to be reported to the junior office. Next, set the personal record levels for each category (orange arrow). Finally enter your class teacher comment (green arrow). No initial/name is required at the end of the class teacher comment as the template on which it appears will have the class teacher name and signature below it. The character limit is visible below the comment box.


5. Click ‘Save & Next’ to continue on to the next student’s report.