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Data Sync - Including Grades & ATL

SMID will automatically sync all pupil, class, subject, grade* and ATL* data straight from your MIS. This dramatically reduces work load for your data manager, allowing data captures to be created automatically with up to date grades and ATL scores. 

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Sync all pupil, class and subject data, including pupil groups such as SEN and FSM. All updates to classes and groups can be carried out centrally and the changes will sync through automatically and update on SMID.  

Set changes are updated automatically reducing admin tasks and ensuring classes are always up to date.

For SIMS schools, Grade and ATL data can also be updated centrally and will sync through to SMID. (We're working on adding this feature for other MIS systems.) 

This will save time for data managers and ensure that the data is always up to date.

This provides schools with immediate up to date KPI scores including P8, SPI, Capped 9 (Cymru) along with all other analysis tools. 

 

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SYNC INFO

Syncing all pupil, class, and subject data, including pupil groups such as SEN and FSM, offers numerous benefits. By centralising the updates to classes and groups, changes can be easily managed and automatically synced to SMID.

 

One significant advantage is the ability to sync Grade and ATL (Attitude to Learning) data for SIMS schools. This feature allows data managers to update this information centrally, saving time and ensuring that the data is always up to date. We are actively working on extending this feature to other Management Information Systems beyond SIMS.

 

The seamless synchronisation of data across systems eliminates the need for manual data entry and reduces the risk of errors. It ensures that all stakeholders have access to accurate and consistent information, promoting efficient decision-making and enhancing the overall effectiveness of the educational institution.

 

By leveraging the power of data synchronisation, schools can streamline administrative processes, improve communication, and enhance collaboration among teachers, administrators, and support staff. This ultimately leads to a more efficient and productive learning environment for both students and educators.

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