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Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

SIMS .Net Behaviour

Contents Reporting (producing lists of) Behaviour Incidents Recording behaviour incidents* Producing Red and Green Slips from incidents you have entered*

*included for future reference as some staff have expressed an interest

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

Reporting (as in producing lists of) Behaviour Incidents

1. In SIMS .net, select Reports => Run Report

2. Click on the + symbol to expand the Focus list

3. Click on Student

4. The behaviour reports have names that begin with _ so they float to the top of the list. To run one, double click on it. Well use the example of _Behaviour Form Group, the others are just a variation on the theme. 5. Double click on the desired report (in this example, _Behaviour Form Group

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

6. When the report runs, you will be asked for some parameters: Use the Accept All tickboxes to include all dates, event types or forms respectively Enter the date range that you want to see behaviour events for Tick what sort of events you want to report on Tick the forms that you want to include

Some reports have more than three parameters. Look out for a scroll bar on the right. Click OK to run the report.

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

Recording Behaviour Incidents

1. Click on the red and green flags icon

2. Enter the first few letters of the surname

3. Click Search

4. Double click the pupil you want

5. Behaviour incidents for this pupil are now visible. Click this new to create a new one.

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

6a. Pick a type whichever one best suits what the slip is for 6b. Select the date of the incident* *see below for help entering dates

It doesnt really matter what order you fill these in in.

6c. Pick a time

6e. Put todays date in here too* 6f. Select what action you are taking, eg. Red Slip or Green Slip

6d. Add any further details here, if needed. These will be printed on the body of the slip 6g. Put todays date in here, too* 6h. Select Resolved

7. Click on new to add yourself

8. Click Search 7. Click on the magnifying glass

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

10a. pick a suitable role for yourself 10b. then click OK 9. double click on yourself in the list

Activity type and location arent really needed in a school this sizeleave blank

11. click OK

12. CLICK SAVE13. When the save button goes grey, the save is successful. Thats it for the recording.

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

Printing the slips off1. Reports | Run Report

2. Click on the + next to Focus

3a. Scroll down and find the Behaviour Incidents folder

3b. Double click on Red and Green Slips

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

4a. Enter an appropriate date range in here

4b. Select the Year group(s) of the student(s) or accept all

4c. Put your initials in here or accept all 4d. Click OK

5. Microsoft Word will then open with your slips ready to print out

Cartmel Priory CE SchoolRecording Behaviour In SIMS

*Notes on entering datesThere are two ways to enter dates in SIMS .Net: Type them in, or use the calendar. If you are entering a date close to today, its quicker to use the calendar. Otherwise, its usually quicker to type them in. Using the Calendar The arrows move a month at a time Click on the month to select a month quickly Click on the year to select a year quickly Typing dates in Simply click in the white box and enter the date. SIMS is very good at working out what you mean, so long as what you put in is unambiguous. It doesnt really care about leading zeros or what you use as a separator (I use space because its a bigger target than .) It would recognise, for example: 777 7 july 7 07072007 07.07.07 7/7/07 But not, for example, 11101 (do you mean 1st November 2001 or 11th January 2001) 1. Click on the calendar icon 2. Double click on the date you need (todays date will be highlighted, but to select it you need to double click it)