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See examples of subject reports from primary schools for core and non-core subjects, and get advice from one of our associate education experts on writing subject reports in primary schools.

Core subjects

Examples of English reports

The English subject leader at Long Sutton Church of England (CofE) Primary School, a voluntary aided school in Somerset, produced an English report to governors for the 2015/16 academic year. The report covers:

  • Percentages of pupils working at the expected standard and greater depth in Key Stage (KS) 1 and KS2 subjects, compared with local authority and national averages
  • Strengths and next steps for reading
  • An overview and next steps for phonics, spelling, grammar and punctuation
  • Poetry
  • Strengths for writing

You can download the report from the governors page on the school website

About the governors, Long Sutton CofE Primary School

It sets out the school’s aims for children in reading and writing. It then reports on the subject using the following

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