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    Curriculum Lead Financial Planning through Nova?

    Anyone had sucess with producing meaningful reports in Nova or sims to produce reports that cover costs per lesson, pupil teacher ratios etc etc. its been a while since I played with Nova so excuse me if this is completely obvious!

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    Hi, in T6 you can use the Analysis process screen to carry out useful financial planning. You can assign scores (costs) to resources (teachers/rooms/facilities) then carry out analysis by period, by class, etc. This will give you costs per lesson, class sizes, etc. Sadly at the moment T6 does not read in "live" figures of class memberships from SIMS (future release) but you can assign expected/planned figures into the curriculum model. Hope that helps!

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    Thanks Ian, yes it does

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