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Entering marks and evidence in Curriculum Tracking

Once you've accessed the curriculum markbook, you can add marks or complete bulk actions.

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You can change the assessment and filters at the top of the page.

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On the student profile

You can also do this from the Curriculum Tracking > Markbook section of the student profile!

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Adding marks

On entering marks, you will see there are 3 different colours as a quick visual overview of where the student is working at:

  • ORANGE - At the end of the specified term, the student would be working below the level needed to achieve the end of year target.
  • LIGHT GREEN - At the end of the specified term, the student would be working at the level needed to achieve the end of year target.
  • DARK GREEN - At the end of the specified term, the student would be working above the level needed to achieve the end of year target.

You may see a variation of these colours if your marking scale has more than 3 points.

Adding individual Marks

To input individual marks, simply click on the appropriate cell and choose the correct mark from the drop-down menu.

Alternatively, you can also type this in manually and the system will filter the options according to the text being typed in.

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Copy and paste marks

Copy and paste from any source, across multiple fields.

  • To copy, select the fields and drag until they are all selected, then use Ctrl+C (Windows) or Cmd + C (Mac).
  • To paste, select the fields and drag until they are all selected, then use Ctrl+V (Windows) or Cmd + V (Mac).

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Bulk inputting marks

You can bulk mark statements by holding down your control key and selecting the cells to update. Click the Bulk action button to choose Bulk Fill.

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Select the value from the drop-down, then click Submit.

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You'll then see the marks updated.

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Adding evidence

Want to edit evidence? Please see this article: Seeing, editing and removing evidence of Curriculum Tracking

Evidence for one student

To record evidence, hover over the cell next to a student name and you will see an information window, click on Add Evidence.

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In the pop up, add text or an attachment, then click Add.

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You'll then see an icon showing where there is evidence.

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Recording Evidence in bulk

You can bulk mark statements by holding down your control key and selecting the cells to update. Click the Bulk action button to choose Add Evidence.

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In the pop up, add text or an attachment, then click Add.

Please note: Any comments or documents added as evidence will only be attached to statements that have already been given a mark.

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You'll then see the marks updated.

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Taking further actions

The Bulk action button can be used in multiple ways. You can use it to add marks as shown above, or to send communications or add students to interventions.

Tick the boxes next to student names, then click the Bulk action button.

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Downloading or exporting the Markbook

If you wish to download the data into Excel, PDF, CSV or XML, simply select the download option at the top of the markbook.

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What's next?

If you need to edit or remove the marks or evidence recorded, see these instructions: Seeing, editing and removing evidence of Curriculum Tracking

Once you're finished inputting your marks, you can start using the analysis pages: Curriculum assessment analysis

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