This article contains the following sections:
- Academic Reporting Manuals, Forms and Flow Diagram
- Curriculum Setup
- Marks Book Setup
- Entering Results, Attendance and Reporting Data
- Proofing Academic Reports
- Archiving and Publishing Reports
- Reporting Components
- Academic reporting FAQ
Academic Reporting Manuals, Forms and Flow Diagram
Manuals, forms and other information regarding the Academic reporting processes can be accessed in the following articles:
- Managing the Academic Report Process (Full Manual)
- Reporting Customisation Forms, Process Manual and Flow Diagrams
Depending on the schools reporting set up, some of the items below may not need to be completed.
- , report types, report templates and values templates to prevent teachers from entering reporting data under the incorrect options.
- If applicable, ensure comments have been proofed and imported into the Comment bank.
- Ensure the course type is setup correctly for your school's reporting requirements.
- Ensure the required syllabus (outcomes) have been uploaded into SEQTA
Marks Book Setup
Ensure the Marks book is set up correctly to meet the school's reporting requirements.
- Assessment Groups
- Reporting on Syllabus and Outcomes
- Checking the Course Type Assigned to a Programme
Entering Results, Attendance and Reporting Data
Proofing Academic Reports
It is essential reports are proofed well in advance of time for printing. This allows sufficient lead time should there be any issues or further customisations required.
This may require you to enter 'dummy' data in for a student before printing the report. Once confirmed that the reports print correctly, the dummy data can be deleted.
Reports should be archived just after they have been printed. It is essential reports be archived prior to rolling students into the next year level as part of the end of year rollover process.
List of Reporting Components
- Report types are used to categorise reporting data (i.e. Semester 1, Interim 1, Semester 2).
- Report templates are used to store the reporting data entered into the Marksbook (i.e. Mod Gd, affectives, comments).
- Values templates are used to store school values (i.e. pastoral care comments and affectives and attendance data).
- Attendance data is pushed onto report by running the report called 'Attendance statistics for reports' on the 'Academic reports' page.
- Syllabus and outcomes are drawn from the syllabus record.
- Subject 'description' and priority are drawn from the subject record.
- Course types.
- School logo.
- Report salutation.
- Staff signatures.
- Comments (length).