Termly Reports

Termly Reports

Termly Reports

Shown below is detailed information and a selection of screenshots taken from the Termly Reports section from the English version of the Baby's Days system.

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Baby's Days makes the process of creating a Termly Report both quick and simple, as soon as you create a Termly Report for a child, the system will automatically import and display all of the child's achievements that have been added to their Progress / Learning Journal section between the date range you selected, this includes the child's achievement dates of the EYFS Early Years Outcomes & Checkpoints, their Observations, Wow Moments, parent added Observations, completed Next Steps, parent added completed Next Steps, Notes, Starting Points and Progress photographs.

Within the Parents/Carers Feedback section, this data can be completed by the Administrator on the system (you) with feedback received from the parent or it can be left for the parent to complete when they next connect to your Baby's Days system, this ensures that no paperwork needs to travel back and forth with a possibility of being lost in transit!

Key Areas of the Termly Reports section

A Help tour is available to assist you in completing the Termly Report.
You can choose the date range that you would like to create the termly report for.
Developmental Achievements including Achievement Dates of Outcomes & Checkpoints, Wow Moments, Observations, Next Steps, Notes, Parent's Observations, Parent's Next Steps, Starting Points and Photographs are automatically displayed for the child for your selected date range.
The Termly Report can be started and completed at a later date.
Once the Termly Report has been marked as complete the parents can connect to your system view it and leave their feedback.

Screenshots and more Information

Shown below are a selection of screenshots and additional information relating to the Termly Reports section on the system.


This area shows the Children who are currently active on the system, included within this area is the Child's first and last names their date of birth and age and the date that their last Termly Report was created, for each child you can create an unlimited number of Termly Reports, these are created by clicking on the + icon and viewed by clicking on the eye icon.

Completing the 2 Year Progress Check

At the top of the Termly Report you can select a date range (from and to date) to display their achievements within this date range, you can decide when the report has been completed, it is only when the Termly Report has been completed that the parents can view it and add their comments to it when they connect to your system.

You decide if you would like to complete the Parent/Carer feedback section from information received from the parents or you can let the parents complete this section when they next connect to your system.

Completing the Practitioner's Remarks

For each area of the 2021 EYFS, the child's carer will complete the Practitioner's Remarks section detailing the child's strengths and weaknesses within each Area of Learning.

Below this section, the system will automatically pull in and display all of the child's Developmental Achievements from their Progress / learning Journal section of the system, this includes:

Starting Points
Achievement Dates of the Early Years Outcomes & Checkpoints
Wow Moments
Completed Next Steps
Parent's Observations
Parent's completed Next Steps

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