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    SIMS and Bromcom - Student sets

    Hi there,

    This is my first post here. I've had a look through the forum but can't find a similar question being asked.

    We use SIMS and Bromcom. If I want to output all the sets a student belongs to (not their form) I have to use Nova. I was wondering if there was any way of doing this in SIMS itself. I can see that SIMS has the info by clicking 'Student Curriculum,' (the link used to change their set, etc). But is there a way to output this info from within SIMSalong with all the other info in a marksheet.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Then go though it, I think you can "filter" by class code. Which you can, if you tick the box, allow to be changed when you next run it.

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    Thanks Matt,

    I'll next to be on SIMS on Wednesday (I'm on a job share). Do you know if there's a way to intergrate those details into a marksheet? In the same way that you can right click the student name and add the admin-number, date of birth, etc.

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    Sims comes with a built in marksheet feature, I think could be an extra, Go focus, do you see assessment?

    It auto pulls the details from the timetable, then each teacher can enter details into the marksheet.

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    Thanks, Matt,

    I'll have a better look on Wednesday or Thursday and post a reply. Just to be clear, I'm putting together a spreadsheet using the SIMS marksheet feature to include details like grade predictions, etc. About eight columns. But to include the student's set I have to get the details from Nova and then match it up in Excel using the Admission number, which is a pain.

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    Pretty sure you can do this within SIMS.

    Might be worth dropping Capita\your Local LEA an email to see how this is done.

    EDIT:

    Look at the Assessment Manager guide within SIMS, Help > Manuals > Other handbooks > Assessment Manager.

    Assuming you've got the module. I'm sure Phil can say if Assessment is an extra.
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    I agree. I'll give them a call and post the solution if I have success.

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