Progress Checks and Profiles
Around six weeks after joining us, your child’s keyperson will write a summary of how your child is progressing against the 3 prime areas of learning:
Communication and language;
Physical development; and
Personal, social and emotional development.
This is called the progress report at age 2. This report will highlight areas where your child is progressing well and where they might need some extra help or support. You might find it useful to share the information from the report with other professionals such as health visitors (who can use it as part of the health and development review).
In the summer term before your child starts primary school, they will have a transfer report written by their keyworker. This will highlight their achievements, characteristics and maybe any support required. This can help your child’s transition to school go more smoothly and provide their new teacher with useful information.