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    Default school report brag thread

    post here to have a little "Mummy Brag" about the good things in your childs school report.

    This can be academic, behaviour, music, art, sport, or just about the improvements your child has made ....

    what have they achieved this year that has impressed you


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    Not in the school report but I love when all the teachers tell me how much they love my kids. Or how nice their manners are.

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    My DS had his Xmas performance/presentation/disco at preschool today.

    Last year he was so overactive and distracted that he couldn't sing and dance on the stage with the other children. It was actually kind of sad for us as parents to see how he was unable to engage like his peers.

    This year he did so, so well! He performed the songs and dances with all the other kids and did an amazing job. When he got presented with his certificate one of the teachers was so proud of him she was in tears! He got the most applause too

    We are so proud of how far he has come this year

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    No report for us yet due to an error with the system they use but I have seen such a huge difference in kiddo since the beginning of the year. He had the same teacher as he did in year 2 and she has been fantastic. Regardless of whatever his report says, I know he has really tried this year which is fantastic

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    Our reports don't come home until next week but our Kindergarten girl worked very hard this year and achieved her gold award.
    The children accumulate championship points throughout the year for academics, behaviour and attendance. They go through bronze, silver and then gold.
    So proud right now!

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    I forgot to add my own


    I am so proud of my gorgeous girl. She has always been fairly academic so does get good grades without trying - but this year has had to actually put a bit more effort in ... and she has really done that.

    Got "o" for outstanding in effort in all of her subjects this year which I think is just as important as the actual grade, so I was super happy with her.

    And her confidence has improved so much - a lot of that comes from her dancing but it has made such a difference to her general sense of self this year ... its great

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    So proud of my little grade one dude.

    After being diagnosed with some sensory processing issues midway through the year and doing lots of OT and a course of vision therapy as well he has made massive improvements in his focussing skills and fine motor skills. He has jumped a massive 15 reading levels this year. The legibility of his handwriting too compared to what it was a few months ago is just amazing.

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    I am super proud of how DS has coped through a truckload of adversity this year. He has had 3 DHS workers, been removed from home by force, seen me removed from home more than once by police/Cat team and me being away from home for over 4 months of the year while his case has been decided between my parents and a friend. Despite this he has earned 2 scholarships for high school next year (including one he didn't apply for) and earn a place in SEAL (accelerated learning program) at the school of his choice). From what his teacher has told me I'm expecting an excellent report when it comes

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    Default school eport brag thread

    We are super proud of DS , this was his first year of school ( kindergarten) and we got his final end of year report last week when he finished school - all of his teachers said lovely things as did the headmaster which was nice , he got exemplary for Mandarin, music , literacy and visual art ( I'm hopeless at all so he didn't get that from me!) and above average for every other subject

    I had his teacher and teachers aid write anything they wanted about DS in a Dr Suess book ( oh the places you'll go) which I'm going to get all his teachers to write in and give it to him as a graduation present , both DH and I cried when we read what they both wrote it was so lovely and they obviously know DS really well

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    I'm super proud of my DD 1st year Uni results ....
    6.5 /7 GPA ...

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