The short answer is yes... absolutely! But only if your teacher and school partners choose to do so.
At EdPlace, we're committed to supporting parents in the educational journey of their child and believe clear and open communication between schools, students, and parents is a key contributor to academic progress. In fact, EdPlace was first created as a tool to support parents, giving visibility on their child's needs and support options outside school so, don't worry, we've got this covered!
Upon completion of every EdPlace assessment, a PDF report is automatically generated, summarising a student's overall score and achievement within the specific National Curriculum areas related to the expectations for their age. This can be downloaded, saved, and shared with parents at any time and looks like this:
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If your school partner accesses EdPlace assessments directly (i.e. via a manual process rather than the API), they can choose to fill the 'Share progress with parent' field on the student registration page to send an automatically trigger email to parents with an option to download the report attached:
Sharing the assessment report with parents at the start of the catch-up process can be hugely effective to get all key stakeholders up to speed, informed and united about how to proceed moving forwards. This, in turn, is likely to support and promote greater student progress, which is the best outcome for everyone but particularly the student.
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