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1 Managing Student Information Developments in information management Paul Shoesmith, Director, Technical Strategy, Becta Karen Crowston, Business Services Manager, Service Birmingham BETT 08 Friday, 11 January 2008

2 Some key data challenges facing schools today Culture change Learner centric v institution centric Out of the office and into the classroom and beyond Interrogating data across functional areas Interoperability – context of collaboration

3 Some key data challenges facing schools today Building Schools for the Future context Real-time reporting Support for schools System issues – workforce issues

4 The wider ecosystem Contact point MIAPMinerva NPD Childrens services Identity management Real-time reporting Data protection

5 Why interoperability? Reduce burdens Give teachers more time to teach and enable them to teach better Schools, local authorities and DCSF will spend less effort on collecting data Supports choice and flexibility

6 Cut down on the time schools spend on vertical reporting Allows horizontal reporting within schools between applications Allows seamless integration of applications Reduce integration burden with other agencies (eg ContactPoint) Why interoperability?

7 What is SIF? Schools Interoperability Framework It is not: -A product -An application -A software package

8 Schools Interoperability Framework It is: An international specification consisting of: -a recognised data model -a robust, flexible and secure transport mechanism What is SIF?

9 Vertical integration? Horizontal reporting?? Just run that by me again please…

10 Components working together Horizontal interoperability Network Account H.R. & Finance Learning platform SEN Library Automation Learner information Assessment Catering SIF Zone - Zone Integration Server (ZIS) - SIF Agents - Applications - SIF Data Objects

11 Learner information Catering Library SEN Transport Assessment Virtual learning environment HR & finance Directory Services Network & Application islands Duplicated data entry Manual synchronization Data locked in tombs Costly reporting "Before"

12 Learner information Catering Library SEN Transport Assessment Virtual learning environment HR & finance Directory Services Network & One-time data entry Perfect, real-time synchronisation Accurate cross- application reporting Reliability and security After"

13 Components working together Vertical interoperability LA Government

14 Making it Real; the UK Proof of Concept (Birmingham) Becta DCSF Capita Serco Netmedia Arete Link2ICT Birmingham Local Authority James Brindley School Administrative Community Technology Ninestiles Community Techonology College Kings Norton Boys School Longwill Primary School for Deaf Children Castle Vale School and Specialist Performing Arts College Whitehouse Common Primary School Gossey Lane J1 & Nursery School English Martyrs Catholic Primary School

15 Birmingham choreography

16 The benefits of SIF From a schools perspective

17 Cashless canteens Finger scanning Swipe cards Currently data is exported from MIS Healthy eating

18 Library systems Loans Lates Returns Reminders

19 Student information The end of the CTF? The end of schools census? The end of results checking (many times) Improved accuracy of data

20 Migration 600 new entrants on our system Mid-year moves Students leavers

21 Access systems Fobs Turnstiles Swipe cards

22 SEN Stages Reviews Behavioural plans Education plans

23 Resource support PDF accounts

24 Student accounts Learning platform Home drives

25 ECM – Personalised learning Out of date information Assessment information SEN information Moving data between teachers

26 Teachers Different software packages Planning Reporting The whole picture…

27 Parents Access to assessments, data, reports, timetables, behavioural incidents, attendance etc

28 Summary Time Energy Money Results 21 st Century

29 Next steps National SIF pathfinder project Birmingham Data model development and alignment Working with other national programmes eg MIAP Cross sector working (system wide)

30 Questions?


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