New School Year Setup Step 8 - Interventions



The next step is to copy over your Interventions for the next academic year. This step is optional.

  • If you want to copy over or create interventions, follow the instructions below.
  • If you don't, click Mark as Complete and move to the next article on Review and other important tasks.

How long will it take?

This step usually takes schools around 15 minutes, but will take longer if you want to schedule the sessions and manage your intervention setup right away.


Copy interventions

Go to School > School Structure > School Year Setup and select step 8. Interventions.




Tick the interventions you would like to copy over to next year, and then click Copy Interventions.



Editing the intervention

Click on an intervention to visit the overview.



You’ll need to then complete the intervention setup to create intervention groups, add students and schedule intervention sessions. You can see how to do this here: Setting up a new intervention



Mark as complete

When you are happy that this section is now complete, click the green Mark as Complete button.



If you wish to return to this step and make any changes, click the red Return to incomplete button, or click Make further changes to interventions.

You must click the Mark as Complete button again to save your changes and enable you to continue editing the all the next sections.






I can't access this step because it is Locked

If this step is locked, you'll need to go back to the Academic Calendar step and click Mark Calendar as Complete.




We want to use interventions next year but don't use them now

If you don't currently use interventions but want to next year, you won't be able to copy. Please follow these instructions: Setting up an Intervention


Can I reset this step?

Please see our guidance here: Can I reset a step in the New Year Setup?



What's next?

The next step in the New School Year Setup Process is to Review and complete your other important tasks.

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