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School Census 2014 Secondary School Application

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  1. Version 0.1 School Census 2014 Secondary School Application

  2. The default Census Date is the 2nd October, i.e. the first Thursday in October.

  3. It’s a good idea to provide a unique name, as we might want to provide several files before we are ready to Authorise

  4. The dates for collecting the historical data are as expected

  5. Click to calculate the default values for the remaining panels

  6. As requested by customers, we have made it possible for last year’s return to be ignored for allocating Planned End Dates and for exam results to be ignored for allocating QAN/Discount Codes. For this demonstration will we accept the default position where last year’s return and exam results are taken into account

  7. We haven’t updated the Top-up Funding information, so we click Edit to open this functionality

  8. In this case we have provided facilities for copying the information from what was entered for the Summer Census

  9. Three pupils have been copied forward from the Summer Census information

  10. SEN might prove to be a helpful filter

  11. Once we have added the pupils as necessary we click Update to save and OK to return to the Census application

  12. Again, we click edit to modify the Adopted from Care information

  13. I this case we don’t need to add any more students, but if we did the procedure is very similar to Top up Funding

  14. We can update the Evidence Obtained tick by clicking on the tick box.

  15. We will ignore the missing marks for this dry run.

  16. The most visible change to the table from last year is the addition of the Core Aim column

  17. It is quite possible to have different Core Aim for 2013/14 than for 2014/15

  18. However, there is also a big change behind the scenes, where calculation of the best result has been complicated by reallocation of Discount Codes by Awarding Organisations but not by QWS.

  19. By default the table is locked against data entry, as it is better to provide Learning Aim information as stored for Course Management. However, there are situations where it is reasonable to unlock the table, so information can be modified to fully reflect the facts

  20. The rows that can now be edited are displayed with a white background

  21. Bulk entry facilities are available for the date columns, which we can illustrate here by updating a group of P End Dates

  22. We start by getting the P End Date ordered on those dates by clicking in its column header

  23. We can use Click and Shift Click to select the rows for bulk entry

  24. Shift Click

  25. Although Course Management only allows one Core Aim per student per academic year, there are certain unusual circumstances where more than one Core Aim is allowed. The additional Core Aims can be entered directly into this panel

  26. Learning Aim records can also be created in their entirety by use of the Add button

  27. Add allows a Learning Aim to be added for a particular student