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End-of-Term Report

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A Parents? Guide to Understanding Your Child?s End-of Term Report







Satisfactory progress:
Good progress:
Expresses himself confidently:
Lively:
A sensitive child:
Reliable:
Imaginative:
Easy-going:
Friendly:
Is easily upset:
Determined:
Independently-minded:
Adventurous:
Easily distracted:
Easily influenced:
Mature expression:
Enjoys all P.E. activities:
Good with his hands:
Works better in small groups:
Works better at practical
activities:
A born leader:
Needs praise and encouragement:
A rather solitary child:
Popular at playtime:

I can?t think of a single interesting thing to say about him.
If you think his work is bad now, you should have seen it last term.
Cheeky little shit.
Thoroughly disruptive.
Whiny
Creep
Never short of an excuse.
Bone idle.
Never shuts up.
Spoilt rotten.
Lacking all scruples.
Obstinate.
Can?t understand why he hasn?t broken his neck.
Yet to finish a piece of work.
Nerd.
Stop doing his homework
Thug.
Light-fingered.
Damage-limitation exercise.

Totally illiterate.
Runs the playground protection racket.
As thick as two short planks.
Smells or has nits.
Sells pornography.
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