This article outlines the process for removing a class bridge. It's important to unbridge using the method outlined below to ensure any results in the Marks book (Programme) remains with their class.
PRE CHECKS: In the following circumstances, please refer to the Further assistance section at the end of this article:
- Further changes to the programme setup have been made, after the class has been bridged (ie. unattaching programmes)
- The marks book for the original class has been inadvertently unattached during the unbridging process
- Assistance is required with stepping through the process
- The unbridging process does not achieve the desired outcome
Unbridging process overview
- Step 1. Determine how many programmes attached to the class
- Step 2. Save the Marks book results for the current class
- Step 3. Remove the most recent class (furthermost right) from the class bridge
- Step 4. Set up a programme for the current class
Step 1. Determine how many programmes attached to the class
To check this click on the sub-page 'Traditional' or 'Calendar' (for Calendar classes). If the class shows twice this indicates there are two programmes attached, refer to the Further assistance section below.
Step 2. Save the Marks book results for the current class
If there are results for the current class, export the Marks book and save somewhere to be re-entered after the unbridging process is complete.
Step 3. Remove the most recent class (furthermost right) from the class bridge
- Go to the Teaching workspace > Timetable > Traditional or Calendar (Calendar classes only)
- If working on the teachers behalf, select their name from the drop-down in the top-right corner
- Click on the bridge icon for the class
- Remove the furthermost right class from the bridge, to do this click on the class displayed, under the timetable period, then select Unspecified (Null) > OK
- Edit the 'Name' to ensure it refers to the class and timetable period displayed in the bridge
- Click Save
- Check the previous class and ensure the results are still visible
Step 4. Set up a programme for the current class
Please refer to the article When to bridge, copy and share. Alternatively, contact the school's in-house SEQTA curriculum adviser, this will typically be the School Education Contact.
If in step one above, multiple programmes displayed it is recommended this process be completed with the assistance of the SEQTA Service desk.
Should there be any issues after bridging, bridge the class again, then contact the SEQTA Service desk for assistance. It is preferred a ticket be raised with the details below as investigation will be required to determine which resolution is suited.
- Timetable period - class name and whether or not there should be assessment results and reporting data
- 2019S1 - 07ENG#1 Assessment results and reporting data
- 2019S2 - 07ENG#2 Assessment results only)