This course explores procedures for allocating students to curriculum structures, including bands and classes, and maintaining class memberships. The functionality of class list and timetable printing in SIMS, and the curriculum analysis reports, are also covered.
This course explores how the Course Manager functionality of SIMS links areas such as Nova-T, academic management and Examinations Organiser, including procedures for supporting the maintenance of post-16 learning aims to ensure the appropriate funding for the school.
This course is not suitable for delegates from an independent school.
Lesson Monitor provide schools with an integrated classroom and administration tool to monitor students’ attendance and behaviour.
The Lesson Monitor module in a Secondary is used both to record statutory registration and lesson attendance.
Lesson Monitor can help schools reduce truancy and improve safeguarding, while monitoring behaviour trends in the classroom, facilitating early intervention where necessary.
This half day course explores academic arrangements for the school year, including the assignment of students to classes and producing student timetables. This academic course complements the pastoral course. Before the new school year commences, both the academic and pastoral process must be completed in SIMS.
This half day course explores the pastoral arrangements for the new academic year including the new student intake, student leavers and associated procedures. This pastoral course complements the academic course. Before the new school year commences, both the academic and pastoral process must be completed in SIMS.
This full day course is aimed at new users of SIMS or users new to year end procedures and explores configuring SIMS for the new school year including setting up the new pastoral structure and dealing with admissions. Before the new school year commences, the pastoral process must be completed in SIMS.