Do you know how to generate the new SIMS school report?

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The SIMS school report enables the monitoring of key measures in the school.

You can customise the SIMS school report output by including or excluding specific measures that you are interested in. All of the pastoral factors are shown as a total number of pupils as well as a percentage breakdown. This is an excellent report to provide information for Senior Leadership and Governors.

Click here to view a video from Rachael Marshman, product manager for SIMS, which shows you how to generate the new school report in SIMS.


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