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    Timetable periods

    When I set up the timetable using the periods 1, 2, tutor time, 3,4,5, is it possible to make SIMS name the periods in Edit Registers, Missing Registers etc the same instead of 1,2,3,4,5,6. It causes confusion!!!

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    I try to encourage anyone that is struggling to use the Take Registers route, though it's a bit long winded for bulk update.
    In edit marks, they can hover over the column to see the underlying class, which for tutor time should be obvious. It's not a fix, or a workaround, but helps.
    Except of course first thing in the morning when the admin ladies are run off their feet and need to add an illness code whilst someone is on the phone!



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