e have co-developed with a large NSW High School a comprehensive student management and assessment system which significantly reduces teacher and administrative effort. This provides teachers and administrative staff with the tools necessary to monitor student progress and welfare.
Connect5 worked with Bossley Park High School during the year 2000 to develop a suite of practical solutions, now fully operational at Bossley Park, one of the largest high schools in NSW. Bossley Park previously had excellent reporting, student welfare and merit systems in place, but these were somewhat cumbersome and not working as efficiently as desired by the Principal and staff.
SMART SCHOOL SOLUTIONS modules were developed to provide ease of use and efficient information delivery. These solutions have since been implemented at Fairfield High School and Jannali High School and are now available to other high schools that may wish to reap the benefits offered.
SMART SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
is much more than a student record and reporting system. It is a comprehensive,
integrated school management system with a range of modules, which
computerise student information, provide statistics for school management
and reduce teacher and administrative effort and stress.
The modules include (for more details, click here):
· Master Module, which incorporates the
OASIS interface and timetable interface.
· Reporting modules
· New HSC Outcomes Based Reporting
· Year 10 Achievement Certificate
· Merits System
· Clinic System
· Special Progress Report ( SPR )
· Student Profiler
· Principal's Reference
· Enrolment Verification
· Course Change
· Correspondence to Parents
· Teacher Relief and Class Schedule
· Board of Studies Entries
· Learning Support Student Details
Progressively we are
developing new modules to assist the schools meet the ever increasing
demands for information requested by the Department of Education.
The information gathered and retained in the SMART SCHOOL SOLUTIONS
modules together with the understanding of how the data relates to
each other, has meant that the schools are beginning to benefit greatly
from having access to data previously locked away in other systems.