Making every day count so no child is left behind

Attendance Matters™ uses AI and machine learning to help schools understand, share and benchmark – making their attendance data about more than accountability. 

Register here to get Attendance Matters for your school when we launch in September:

Making every day count so no child is left behind

Attendance Matters™ uses AI and machine learning to help schools understand, share and benchmark – making their attendance data about more than accountability. 

Register now to get Attendance Matters for your school when we launch in September.

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Why Attendance Matters

Attendance Matters makes attendance data useful with insights that are trackable against current and past terms, and can be used to benchmark against other schools in your MAT and nationwide.

Access reports on individual students, registration groups and year groups. Review detailed information on authorised and unauthorised absence marks including late sessions.

 

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Immediately pinpoint persistent absence and investigate common dates or events for absence across the school, MAT and even nationwide.

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Hear from ASCL's Duncan Baldwin

About how the Open Data Project for Schools has been working with the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) to provide a straightforward, highly effective attendance analysis system that works with your existing MIS.
Attendance Matters is a collaboration between ASCL, School Leaders across the country and askEddi, through the forum of the Open Data Project for Schools.

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Recommended by School Leaders

SixIntoseven does all of the heavy lifting by matching and organising the data, so schools will be able to focus on providing pupils with the best introduction to secondary school at the start of the new term.

Duncan Baldwin
Deputy Policy Director, ASCL

The conversation between primary and secondary is crucial in helping children get the best start in year 7.

Secondary teaching that picks up from where primary left off instils confidence. SixIntoSeven can be an important tool as part of this conversation.

John Camp
Trust Leader, The Compass Partnership of Schools

This year we don’t have the KS2 information that we normally rely on so SixIntoSeven is a real safety net for us. It means we won’t have to start what’s already been a very difficult year for new Year 7 pupils testing them because we already have really useful information on their progress.

Carolyn Roberts
Head Teacher, Thomas Tallis School, Greenwich

Collaborating with primary schools on their Year 6 to Year 7 transition means that the data will be readily accessible so our teachers can focus on planning, teaching, and providing personalised support.

David Waugh
Head Teacher, Poynton High School
Vice President, ASCL

It has been a privilege to work with school leaders across the UK to design and develop the SixIntoSeven solution. Together we can ensure that primary schools are confident that the professional judgements made will have a positive impact on learning for new Year 7's.

Brendan Nel
Founder of the Open Data Project for Schools and CEO askEddi

Register for SixIntoSeven

Register now to get SixIntoSeven for your school using your official school email address. Our team will be in touch in the next 24 hours. Please check your junk folder if you do not receive an email. If your school is already using SixIntoSeven then there's no need to register here, your administrator can add users within the portal.

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Register your interest

Register your interest to get Attendance Matters for your school using your official school email address. Our team will be in touch in the next 24 hours. Please check your junk folder if you do not receive an email.

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