Go to School > Programmes > Courses and click into the course. You can see the scheduled lessons in the Classes & Lessons section.
To edit a scheduled lesson, click the lesson. Click the orange Edit button.
If you want to change the day of the week or time of the lesson, do not change the times of the current class, as these changes will also affect previous classes and existing attendance marks.
Instead, we advise ending the current timetabled session on the date the last class will run at this time, then adding a new timetabled class to start.
In the slide over, add an effective end date. This is the last day classes will run at this date and time. Then click Save Changes.
You will be asked to confirm your choice.
Then click +Add to add an alternative class for the next set of classes with the required dates/times. In the slide over, add the new times and dates of the sessions, then click Save Changes.
Your new timetable slot will then be scheduled.
Editing timetable slots and lesson times
Go onto School > Timetable > Timetable Administration > Timetable Slots. Use the filter panel at the top of the page to filter your timetable slots by subject, course/class or year group to identify lessons that have the same teacher or are in the same room.
Editing a specific timetable slot
You can click on an individual timetable slot then click Edit to change:
- The room the class is in
- Add or remove a teacher from the timetable slot
- Change the time and date of the lesson itself
- Change the effective date of the timetable slot e.g. shorten a timetable slot from spanning the whole academic year to just lasting from September - December.
Editing timetable slots in bulk
Make changes in bulk by ticking the boxes next to the lessons to change, then clicking the blue pencil icon to select the action you'd like to do.
To change what day of the week a lesson falls on, follow the instructions in the section at the top of this article.
Important note for large schools
For large schools, we recommend making changes in batches and waiting until the changes have taken effect to begin on the next batch.
You can use this option if you'll only be running this class for a certain period during the year and need to change the start dates.
We recommend not to use this option to change the effective start date if you've already begun taking attendance, as this can impact your school’s statutory attendance for past registers. If you need to end slots, you can use the Bulk End Timetable Slots option instead.
Select new dates and tick the box to confirm your changes, then click Save Changes.
You can use this option if you'll be importing a TimeTabler file that covers the rest of the year and need to end your current scheduled timetable.
Just add in the last date the selected timetable slots should run, then click Save Changes.
We recommend to not use this option if you've already begun taking attendance, as this can impact your school’s statutory attendance for past registers. Instead, we'd advise ending the timetable slot and adding a new one from the course (shown in section at the top of this article).
Select the Edit Start and End time option to edit the ties of the lessons you've selected. In the slide over, put in your new start and end times, then click Save Changes.
There are a few different things you can do with this action, such as adding new staff to timetable staff and removing od ones. We've outlined the options here, as well as some other options for how to change staff member's access to registers: Changing class teachers, academic leads and staff assigned to registers and timetable slots
There are a few different ways you should change the room for a class, depending on whether the change is short-term or permanent. We've outlined the options here: Moving a class to a different room
You won’t be able to delete timetable slots if you’ve begun to take attendance. We advise ending the timetable slot first then importing your new timetable or and adding a new slot from the course (shown in section at the top of this article).
Using this option, the slide over will let you know which timetable slots you're going to delete. Check this carefully, then click Delete.
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