Importing and reporting end of Key Stage results

 

Please find attached your Customer Success Manager’s guide to End of Key Stage Reporting. This document gives some helpful guidance on:

 

• Importing Key Stage 2 Validated Test Results

• Analysing Test Results


• Reporting to parents on:

• Early Years Foundation Stage

•    Phonics

•    KS1

•    KS2

 

For additional information on producing the reports using the wizard process, we recommend reading this guide in conjunction with the “End of Key Stage Data Processing (England) Handbook. 

This can be found in SIMS via the Documentation Centre link on your SIMS Home Page. Alternatively, you can click here to access.

 

The SIMS Customer Success Team has developed a series of reports to assist primary school leaders, governors and any other relevant stakeholders to analyse statutory Key Stage data in line with the DfE Primary Accountability Measures 2018 updated December 2018 and Revised 2018 National Figures from Statistics at DfE – Department for Education. 

A zip file of the all the resources including instructions and links to videos is available from the Customer Success Resource Hub on MyAccount: https://myaccount.capita-cs.co.uk/Notifications/cs-primary-reporting/ 

You will need a MyAccount log-in to access. You can register for one here.


 

End of Year Processes

 

New documentation is available to support your End of Year and Creating New Academic Year procedures.  

You can find this information within SIMS via the Documentation Centre link on the Home Page.


 

        

          

•    The Summary version provides a useful reminder for those who have carried out these processes several times before.

•    The Detailed version will provide you with clear step by step details and is recommended if you are new or have only carried these processes occasionally. 

 

These handbooks can be found in SIMS via the Documentation Centre link on your SIMS Home Page. Alternatively, you can click here to access.

It is critical that the new academic year is created and promotion routines run before the old year ends. These processes determine the year groups and registration groups into which pupils are placed in the new academic year. We therefore suggest you start these processes as early as possible, allowing sufficient time to complete by the start of the new academic year.