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eGOV Attendance Collection

Welcome to the eGOV Attendance Collection Service.

We are delighted to announce the opening of a new exciting venture to benefit looked after children and supporting professionals.

We have developed a new and enhanced children’s monitoring service for tracking attendance and collecting attainment data.

The new secure service will monitor children’s daily attendance and notify professionals about the child’s absence or lateness. Attendance Collect also monitors emotional well-being and behavioural patterns, highlighting key indicators and spotting potential concerns. 

Our team and clients have helped expanded on the foundation of a platform we developed in 2003. The electronic personal education plan (ePEP Online) is now used by over 120 local authorities in England and Wales. We have applied our 22 years of knowledge and first hand experience with supporting vulnerable young people to develop Attendance Collect. The platform will provide a new quality call service for local authorities and schools and save local authorities thousands of pounds.  

Gary Daniels

Call 0333 772 9622 for more information or visit: 

https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/546285869223809

Ewen Godfrey

Sutton Trust Interventions

The Sutton Trust Interventions.

What is the most cost effective intervention to bring about a rise in educational performance? The Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning toolkit has been produced for several years.

The trust has analysed the combined educational research on thirty four (at the last count) types of intervention. It has looked at the the cost effectiveness of each intervention and the likely educational improvement to expect from each.

The toolkit is very useful to schools planning how to spend pupil premium funding so they can resource and monitor the progress of pupils receiving the pupil premium grant.

For children in care, the Virtual School Head, will be responsible for distributing the pupil premium to schools. The epep Pupil Premium Resource Tracker makes use of the Sutton Trust categories to allow the Virtual Head to track the progress of pupils.

Schools will have to show in the PEP how the pupil premium will be used to meet the needs of individual and the progress they make. The tracker is used to set the targets, measure progress and allow the Virtual School Head to agree to funding requests.

Ewen Godfrey

eGov Digital.

Read more at http://www.suttontrust.com