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    Reports overview

    Last Updated : Feb 28, 2018 12:02 GMT

    Reports are used to track Show My Homework usage and performance across your school. There is a wide variety of reports to fit your needs, accessible by all staff. Find the different types of reports down below:


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    School Overview

    The School Overview Report allows you to monitor the quantity, as well as the type, of tasks being set across the entire school. You can filter the results by teacher, subject class or year group.

    Homework Frequency

    The Homework Frequency Report enables you to observe trends in the quantity of homework set week by week. The   date picker means that you can look at different periods of time across the calendar. 

    Issued Homework

    A teacher-specific report which allows you to monitor the amount (and type) of tasks issued to the school. Again, you can filter the results to a more specific department, teacher, class or year group.

    Student Submissions

    This is a student-specific report which can be used to track student progress, monitor their submissions and if they are handed in on time.

    Parents’ Evening

    This report is designed to make  parents’ evenings effortless and trouble-free. It generates an overview of a student's homework history and their grades. The report can be generated for a whole class in one go rather than having to do it for each individual student, helping to prioritise teachers' valuable time.

    User Activity

    The User Activity Report is a handy tool that tracks the activity of teachers, students, and parents on Show My Homework. Use this report to check when users last logged into the site in order to monitor and improve user engagement.

    Tutors' Report

    This report is a useful way to keep up-to-date with your tutor group's performance by generating a list of issued and outstanding work. 

     Top tip: Schedule your reports to make tracking and monitoring homework easier than ever before.

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