May 5, 2016 2:27 pm

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Key Stage Data Collection Information Sessions

MISDue to the changes in the curriculum, information required in the upcoming Key Stage Data Collection is different from previous years and each Local Authority have differing requirements.

Our MIS team are hosting events with several Local Authorities to help schools collect and input the data correctly and ensure they are prepared for the upcoming deadlines.

On the morning of Tuesday 3rd May, Turn IT On’s MIS team ran an information session for schools in the Buckinghamshire LA about the changes to the Key Stage Data Collection for 2016.

Rachel Gray from our MIS team and Sarah Sewell from Buckinghamshire County Council gave a presentation to over 60 delegates, where they identified the data that is required from schools and academies in order to complete; Early Years Foundation Stage Profile; Year 1 Phonics Screening Check; Year 2 Phonics Screening ReCheck; Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 reports. Alongside highlighting the changes that came in place this year Rachel also demonstrated how schools input the data to SIMS, ready to export to the Local Authority.

Over the next few weeks the MIS team will be running more information sessions to ensure schools are ready for the deadlines set by their Local Authorities:

Wednesday 25th May at Oxford Golf Club for schools using SIMS in Oxfordshire Local Authority

Friday 27th May at our Princes Risborough Office for schools using SIMS in other Local Authorities

Thursday 9th June at Holy Trinity School for schools using SIMS in the Hillingdon Local Authority

Thursday 9th June at Brookside Primary School for schools using RM Integris in Oxfordshire Local Authority

Monday 13th June at our Princes Risborough Office for schools using SIMS in Milton Keynes Local Authority

If you would like to book a place on, or find out any more information about these upcoming events, please contact the MIS support team on: 01844 390940 or email: 




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