In this article we'll show you the different ways you can generate and send out statements of entries.
Please note that it is not possible to customise these statements, or add text (like you can with labels and timetables).
You'll need either the Qualifications: Administer All Students or Qualifications: View All students permission to download statements of entry. If you don't have permissions, ask your administration team to give you permission using these instructions.
Downloading statements of entries
Go to Students > Examinations > Entries > Download Statement of Entry. Here you can select single students, students in a particular subject or students in a particular course.
Top Tip: Is your printout by course blank? Make sure you have linked your courses: How can I link an exam to a course?
The file will download to your computer.
Each page will be a separate student's statement of entry.
To download an individual’s statement of entry, you can also go to a student’s profile.
Further details here: Examinations records for an individual student on the student profile
Sharing statements of entry
Sharing with parents
Before sharing entries with guardians, make sure you have everything set up to enable them to access the information. Follow these steps if you want to begin using the Parent Portal - Switching on Parent Portal
You can choose to make student’s statements of entry available on the Parent Portal and Parent App.
This feature is off by default, but you can click the options from Students > Parents & Guardians > Parent Portal Settings to toggle this.
Sharing with students
Before sharing entries with students, make sure you have everything set up to enable them to access the information. Follow these steps if you want to begin using the Student Portal - Switching on Student Portal
You can choose to make student’s statements of entry available on the Student Portal.
This feature is off by default, but you can click the options from Students > Examinations > Setup > Centre Setup to toggle this.