EIS Weekly Update – 4 July 19


Welcome to your weekly EIS Bulletin! 


We appreciate how busy your inbox can become, so EIS will only send out Support & News messages every Thursday. 

If there is something critical that our customers need to know immediately, we will of course send a message straightaway –

that way you will know the EIS email needs urgent action.


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




Training & Events

View all EIS Training Courses on http://www.kentcpdonline.org.uk/

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



Hot Off The Press!

Key Stage 2 (KS2) Test Results – Tuesday 9 July


On Tuesday 9 July 2019 the Key Stage 2 (KS2) test results will be made available to all primary schools. To access these, please visit the ‘Pupil Results’ section on the NCA Tools website. For information on how to import the results, please visit the EIS Support Portal and for more information on the results themselves, please visit the GOV.UK website.


Coming Soon – SIMS Events Across Kent – Available in the Autumn Term


Located in Mid, West and East Kent, SIMS School Census (Pupil) Seminars and SIMS School Workforce Census (Staff) Seminars…. Watch this space details to follow soon…….

SIMS User Forum – East Kent location for the first Forum of the new Academic Year covering “Optimising the use of SIMS for SEN” …… date to follow soon….



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