Managing and recording student/pupil conduct in SIMS (Part 1) (Cancelled)
Jennie Davies / Michelle Holton
Administrative Staff / All Leaders / Assistant Headteachers / Attendance Officers/Assistants / Bursars/Finance Staff / Business Managers / Chair/Vice Chairs of Governors / Classroom Teachers / Cover Supervisors/Managers / Deputy Headteachers / Designated Senior Person / Early Career Teachers / Early Years Leaders / Early Years Practitioners / Governors / Heads of Department/Faculty / Heads of Year / Headteachers / INCos/ SENCos / Middle Leaders / New Headteachers / New/Aspiring Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / NQT +1 / Office Managers / Overseas Trained Teachers / Pastoral Staff / Personnel Officers/Assistants / Returning Teachers / School Direct Trainees / Senior Leaders / SIMS Users / Subject Leaders / Support Staff / Teaching Assistants / Timetablers
Academies and Schools (including EYFS) / Early Years PVI Settings
Behaviour for Learning / Business Management Services / Data Management Services / Early Years Foundation Stage / Early Years PVI Settings / Financial Services / Inclusion / Leadership and Management / Special Educational Needs / Support Staff
The course gives an overview of the SIMS Behaviour Management module that a school can use to record, monitor and manage its students’ behaviour and achievements including the setups of the following SIMS areas, Homepage; Behaviour and Achievement Types; Bullying incidents and a brief overview of reporting. Behaviour is a strong measure in an Ofsted inspection and complete conduct records and evidence of monitoring will be beneficial during an inspection.
Effective recording of all conduct events will aid senior leaders and governors in monitoring the efficiency and consistency of the school’s strategies and reinforce the school’s Behaviour Policy.
- consider Policy, Strategies & Culture
- set up and configure the Behaviour Management area
- edit relevant lookup tables to meet the needs of, and terminology used in an individual school
- use the behaviour and achievement recording routines for individuals and groups of students
- produce robust data for Ofsted, Governors, Leadership, Parents and Students
- inform conduct strategies and policies
- reduce workloads
- provide efficient and effective processes
- provide evidence of support for all parties
Delegates should have a familiarity of student data held in SIMS but it is more important that they have a good knowledge of the way behaviour and achievements are currently recorded, reported and analysed. It is equally important that the delegates are aware of the school’s Behaviour Policy and any future ambitions in this area.
Monday 1 February 2021
Monday 1 February 2021
Sunday 31 January 2021
Maximum places per establishment