✓ We like the fact that reports are easy to understand and quick to produce.
✓ We love the online portal, which pre-populates national, LA and similar school benchmarking data using the latest DfE data, allowing leaders to see a clear picture of their school in a wider context.
✓ Helps to reduce the workload for senior leaders
✓ Good value for money
'The Headteacher’s Report provides leaders with a document that is easy to communicate the actions taken by the leaders to the stakeholders. The reports are also written to help leaders meet the key elements of the new OFSTED Inspection Framework. The result is a very thorough and comprehensive report that would otherwise have taken leaders a long time to prepare. It’s quick to generate the report and very easy to use. We highly recommend it.’
The Headteacher’s Report has been developed in partnership with Headteachers, Leaders in Governance and OFSTED Inspectors.
The Headteacher’s Report has all the information that Governor’s and stakeholders need in a quick to produce and simple to understand format.
It links to your MIS data, so it can extract information quickly and accurately.
The reports include graphs and tables to highlight strengths and areas for improvement.
It supports governors’ understanding of OFSTED by linking school improvement data back to the OFSTED categories.
New 1 click report option to create reports at the touch of a button.
You can create several different reports including:
The Headteacher's Report
The Headteacher's Report including SEF and SDP Report
The Trustee Report (automatic consolidation) - Includes a copy of The Headteacher's Report per academy
The Pupil Premium Report
The SEND Report
The Finance Committee Report
The Budget Planner
“In our current educational climate, when time is so precious, yet demands for accurate reporting and accountability is essential for effective leadership and governance; the headteacher report provides that valuable time saver. Without cutting corners, it delivers all the essential information, yet still allowing personalisation.”
Headteacher, Primary School