In an increasingly competitive world, even the highest performing schools need to continually raise standards and demonstrate their academic credentials.
SIMS gives you the tools to continually raise the bar. By spotting trends in pupil performance, it helps you identify when a pupil needs support to overcome a challenge or shows you when a child may be coasting on relatively good marks when they are capable of more.
Boost the achievement of every child
By recording your assessment information in SIMS, you have at your fingertips a historical picture of every child’s achievement. This allows you to set realistic targets for every pupil that can challenge them to reach further. Those with specific areas of improvement are spotted quickly so you can put extra tuition in place and ensure you boost the performance of every child.
Get the bigger picture
With SIMS Discover, you can closely monitor your pupils’ academic performance and monitor if they are on track. By bringing all your pupil data together in graphs and charts, it’s easy to see how one element may affect another. How does day pupils’ achievement compare to boarders? Monitor a specific cohort of pupils such as elite athletes and monitor their achievements to ensure they are performing well both academically and in sport.
Deliver a stimulating curriculum
A choice of qualifications, a wide range of subjects and the additional activities like cultural trips and drama, make the education you deliver unique – which means your timetable is too. SIMS can manage your detailed curriculum requirements easily so you deliver a curriculum that enables the maximum number of students to study their chosen subjects.
Pupils can view homework tasks, check when their lacrosse practice is and receive reminder alerts from a smartphone, tablet or PC with the SIMS Student app. With access to key information at their fingertips, engage pupils inside and outside of the classroom.
SIMS Assessment has streamlined processes across curricular departments and enabled accurate tracking of pupil academic progress. Standardising criteria has ensured uniformity across all departments.
Caroline Barry, IT Director, Mayfield School