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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do your reports look like?

    We have a number of professionally designed templates to choose from — from professional to playful. Or our friendly support team can help you set up mail merge so that you can keep your school's existing report template.

  • Can I use my own template?

    Yes. We can even help you set it up if you’d like. All part of the service.

  • Can we have more than 1 template?

    Yes, absolutely. For example you can have different templates for each Key Stage. We can even help you set this up.

  • Will teachers be able to access children in other classes?

    Yes, if they are given permission. It works great for teachers who do PPA cover or specialist staff who teach a specific subject across the school.

  • Do you support the new curriculum?

    Yes, ReportBox is very flexible. Subjects can easily be changed to reflect the new curriculum. And you can use different templates for the different reporting requirements of each year.

  • Do you cater for Early Years?

    Yes we do and we have a special template just for it. We can help you set this up if you would like to use it.

  • Are there already comments that we can use?

    Get access to over 15,000 comments shared by schools using ReportBox. You can create your own bank of comments and personalise each as you apply them to your pupils. ReportBox doesn't force you to use pre-prepared comments.

  • Will it work on my...?

    Whether you've got a Mac, PC or tablet, ReportBox will work on your computer. All you need is a web browser and an internet connection.

  • Is it secure?

    ReportBox uses 256-bit encryption to ensure your data is safe and secure. ReportBox is also backed up off-site regularly to prevent against data loss.

  • Can job-share teachers use it at the same time?

    Yes. No need to wait until another teacher has finished with a document. You can work on the same set of reports at the same time.

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