How can I delete an attendance mark?

In this article, we'll show you how to remove a single attendance mark for a student, or all attendance marks for one register, setting them to a blank mark.

Permissions

You'll need the Student Profile: Action: Attendance: Administer All Students permission to edit a club. If you don't have the permission, you'll need to ask your admin team to give you permission using these instructions.

 

Removing marks input

It isn't possible to undo the inputting of marks from the register itself.

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Removing a mark for a single student

This process is for removing an attendance mark added into a register for a student by mistake. If you want to remove all marks recorded for a student, please follow these instructions instead: Removing all attendance marks for a student

Go to the Attendance > Marks (By Date) section of the student profile. Click into the mark to change, then select the mark again.

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Delete the mark then click Save Changes.

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Removing the marks for a lesson

You can do this from either of the Students > Attendance > Bulk Edit Marks pages. You can see more information about these pages here: Bulk editing attendance marks

On the Advanced page, click the mark to select -.

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On the Standard page, click into the mark you want to change and click edit in the slide over or select the mark to change if there are multiple marks for the time period.

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What happens next?

Any marks set as - will show as missing marks, and will cause the register to flag as an incomplete register. We recommend putting in the appropriate attendance code to mark them as complete, rather than leaving the marks blank.

It is not possible to reset registers to be unopened once opened.

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