School Report, July 2012
National Curriculum Year 1.
General behaviour, attitude to work and school life.
The Boy has recently taken on more responsibility for his own work He has started to find his own pencils (see here) and what a difference it has made! It has made absolutely no difference at all. After thinking what he would like to write about After staring out of the window for three hours, he is keen to get going and make a start he MIGHT scribble something down. His handwriting has also improved and is now neat and legible Possible anal retentive
He has worked hard in numeracy Oh God, I've got to find something positive to say and with a little more effort He's not worked that hard to be honest should show progress I THINK I've got away with that. The Boy is still quite quiet in whole class discussions Too busy messing about and needs to make sure he is listening carefully he doesn't pay any attention so that he can maximise his learning. learn anything. He should also try to contribute during these carpet time sessions. Because he NEVER shuts up the rest of the time.
The Boy enjoys keeping his table tidy Possible OCD and works well with his talking partner NEVER EVER shuts up The Boy is a popular member of the class HE TALKS ALL THE BLOODY TIME and thoroughly enjoys playtimes Has to be dragged back into class. He knows right from wrong He's very charming and must not be swayed into the wrong choices But he can be a right little bugger He needs to show strength of character and be his own person YOU ARE AN OVER-PROTECTIVE MOTHER
I hope that The Boy's new and positive attitude will continue into Class 2, so that he can build on the progress made so far. Keep working! Thank God, he's not in my class next year!
This translation has been brought to you courtesy of a sense of humour and a deep understanding of my darling Boy. The fully translated three page document is available* on request. *No, not really.