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Wednesday 12 November 2014:
UPDATE : Issue Resolved Update from SWGfL: All mail stores are now back online. Re-sync jobs are now progressing so customers may experience a drop in performance over the next couple of days whilst these complete. If you experience extended outages of your emails please call SWGfL on 0845 3077870 Important Update from SWGfL on […]
Tuesday 4 November 2014:
Scomis is an Accredited Support Team for the Capita SIMS software application. Every two years Scomis is re-accredited by Capita to ensure that the services provided continue to be of good quality and meet the needs of schools. As part of the re-accreditation process, Capita are going to ask one person from each school to […]
Saturday 1 November 2014:
Please click here for documentation, news and the latest issues for the Annual School Workforce Census Return 2014.
Use this form to contact the ScoMIS Service Desk. Enter your school DCSF number
and select an appropriate query type.
When you click Continue, you will be asked for further information so that ScoMIS can deal with your query more effectively.
Scomis Training Directory
Friday 10 October 2014:
Please see http://training.scomis.org/course-timetable/ for the latest course date:- Hands on training workshop for Devon schools using your own schools data*   * Terminal server schools only when attending courses at Scomis Training Suite in Exeter
Monday 6 October 2014:
Please see http://training.scomis.org/course-timetable/ for the latest course date:- Reporting on SEN This course is aimed at staff members with a responsibility for, or an involvement in, the management of pupils with special educational needs (SEN) and the associated processes that take place. It assumes familiarity with the SEN section of SIMS and an understanding of both the statutory processes related to SEN as […]
Please see http://training.scomis.org/course-timetable/ for the latest course date:- FMS End Of Year This course will cover the areas of FMS that are needed for the smooth closure of accounts. It is essential before undertaking any year end processes in FMS that you have read and understood all necessary guidance from the local authority. Each school/local authority may have different account policies so no […]
Frequently Asked Questions
Tuesday 25 November 2014:
Vacancies missing from the summary and all are temporarily filled.   Change one of the vacancies to NO. Create and Validate Check the vacancies are appearing in the Summary Change it back to YES Create and Validate Check the summary – they should now all be showing in the Vacancy section of the Summary Report.<div class="tptn_counter" id="tptn_counter_13350">(Visited 3 times, 3 visits today)</div>
Monday 24 November 2014:
To enable the icons for Pupils Staff etc along the top of SIMS you need to look in the Tools menu. Click Tools Then Setups – User Options Under 3. Visual Settings put a tick in Display the Focus Bar to enable the icons or remove the tick to disable.<div class="tptn_counter" id="tptn_counter_13348">(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)</div>
What is the difference between Primary and Main telephone and email in the Student Record within SIMS.net? Primary Telephone and Email : This is the record used by SIMS InTouch to contact parents. (Info found at http://faq.scomis.org/kb8000/) Main Telephone and Email : This is the record which is shown on the Student Details page under Telephone and Addresses section.<div class="tptn_counter" id="tptn_counter_13346">(Visited 5 times, 5 visits today)</div>
Enter your School DCSF number to access Upgrades that are available to your School.
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