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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

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PEP completion rates increase

PEP completion rates have significantly increased for authorities using ePEP’s new feature (Mandatory Data Fields).

System administrators can now customise the professional section within ePEP’s user matrix to ensure Social workers and Designated teachers complete important data requirements and questions.

The system alerts professionals if targets are not completed

PEP’s are not completed within  timescale, and when a PEP meeting has been organised. The ePEP alert notification is sent via external e-mail and duplicated to the internal messaging system.

The PEP meeting can be completely organised remotely allowing the administrator to set the venue and time of the meeting.

Invitations will be automatically sent to all individuals connected to the child via e-mail, saving a significant amount of time on the telephone.

The platform can link directly into databases for education social care.

Collecting vital information about the child before the meeting takes place this saves any duplication from the social worker or designated teacher.

Communication between professionals online plays a significant role with increasing the speed and efficiency of PEP completion.

The Social worker can support the Designated teacher prior to the meeting ensuring the child’s voice is heard. Teachers can also track termly attainment automatically with information gathered from the Sims database or any other supplier. Attainment data it can also be collected manually on the child by the designated teacher. Historical results for all Key stages are chronologically recorded within ePEP.

Reports can be generated into XML spreadsheets or graphically illustrated within the main ePEP dashboard.