EIS Weekly Update – 20 June 19


Welcome to your weekly EIS Bulletin! 


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Below we have summarised what is new this week… if you have any queries, please get in touch!



Support Information

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Available to Contract Customers only – please contact EIS to discuss our support services


Update on the Exams Results Button – Performance Measures for 2019

Update on the KS Returns Button – Phonics Threshold 2019

Update on the SIMS: Managing Exam Results – General Guidance





Hot Off The Press!

New OFSTED Framework and SIMS

We will be running a FREE webinar for School Leaders and Data Managers to outline how SIMS can help you with the new OFSTED framework that is coming in from September 19. The webinar will be held on 11 July 2019 between 3.30pm and 4.15pm.

It is a joint webinar with Mark Hodges (EST Manager- former Deputy Headteacher) and Steve Long from Capita, who is an assessment and accountability expert.

The emphasis is on what SIMS can do to help you prepare, and be prepared, for an inspection visit.

To sign up please register at  https://attendee.gototraining.com/rt/6008886420648716802



EOYP Summary for Schools using NOVA T6 Timetabling Module

We will also be running a FREE webinar for EOYP Summary for Schools using NOVA T6 Timetabling Moduleon 2 July at 3.30pm.

This webinar will give a brief summary of the processes you need to go through if you are using NOVA T6 timetabling module in your school. This is mainly aimed at people who were unable to attend the seminars, but is only a 30 minute overview providing a checklist to work through.

To sign up please register at  https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/9202476217924452866



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