Taking attendance for a Club


To take attendance for a club you'll need to have the Attendance: Administer My Students permission and be set as the Club lead. If you're an Administrator, you'll need the Attendance: Administer All Students permission.

If you don't have the permission, you'll need to ask your office team to give you permission using these instructions.


Taking attendance for a club

To enable you to take attendance for a club, make sure your club is set to require you to take attendance. In this example, no registers will generate until the first session after 11th March.



Taking today's club attendance

If you have been set as the Club Lead, access the Session Overview by clicking the event in your calendar if you are the club lead.



If you're an administrator, go to School > Activities > Clubs. Select the club you want to take attendance for.

On the Club Overview, click the current session in the top right of the screen.



On the Session Overview, click the green Take Register button.



You can then take the register in the same way you would a lesson.



Printing the register

Click the Download register button to print the register for the session.




Seeing signups and marks for students in a certain club

Go to School > Activities > Clubs. Select the club, then go to Club Daily Summary from the left-hand menu.

This will show all students signed up for the session, and their attendance mark once the register has been taken.



All club registers at your school

Seeing past club registers

You can view these on the Registers by Date page in Arbor. This article shows you how to use this page.

It will show you all your registers generated, including lessons, interventions and activities.

Viewing all of today's Club registers

Go to Students > AttendanceThis will show you the attendance for today by default.

Click on the filters at the top of the page to change the date and select Clubs. Then click Apply.

The table will then only show clubs that require attendance to be taken for that day.


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