We know that the start of the year is a busy time. So we thought it might be useful to provide you with a handy checklist of back to school tasks, so that nothing slips through the cracks. From rolling up your school, to updating staff lists and emergency contacts, we've tried to think of everything so that you don't have to.
Tracker schools need to pay attention to numbers one to five, MIS schools should take a look at the whole list!
We’ve made you a tick list to follow which explains the roll up process. You can find it here: Admin > School Options > End Of Year.
For help with setting up your calendar, click here.
For help with adding new staff members, click here .
For help with User Access levels, click here .
For help setting up classes, click here .
To do this, simply head to Admin > Advanced > UPN Manufacturer
For help setting parental contacts, click here .
You can find this by heading to: Admin > Advanced .
You can find the Group Year Setter at Admin > Advanced.
You can find this by heading to: Office Registration > Faster Register > Set Attendance Pattern
Class list: Office > Reports > Class List > use Run with Pupils
Birthday List: Office > Reports > Birthday List > use Display Options to choose range.
Book Labels: Office > Reports > Labels
To do this head to Pupil List > select Show All Options from Choose Columns drop down > put a tick in Blank Columns and either type the number of blank columns required (typing in '10' will give you 10 blank columns) or title the columns by typing in column names separated by commas e.g Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri).
To do this head to: Admin > Timetable Setup
For help with recording and using parental consent data, click here .
To do this go to Admin > Advanced > Parents > Preferred Contacts
To do this head to: Admin > Advanced > Online Access Setter
Get your photographer to name the images as either "firstname-surname.jpg" or "upn.jpg" for easy import into Pupil Asset!
You can even create barcode labels (barcode = upn) in Office > Reports > Labels.
Let us know if you think we've forgotten anything.