MyReports are a unique feature of Sleuth, allowing staff to view data relevant to their own role which can then be shared with colleagues and run again
and again from the user's own Sleuth Home Page
Rewarding Positive Achievement
A matrix report for a year group showing merits accrued over a term and highlighting those students achieving Gold, Silver and Bronze targets in each subject area. Can be used in a year group assembly to present medals or rewards to each pupil.
Early Intervention for My Year Group
Used for early intervention, this report lists the total negative incidents per student in a particular Year Group. Can be run frequently (e.g. daily) to identify at-risk students early before their behaviour escalates.
Engaging Students in Positive Behaviour
The ability to monitor the consistent use of the reward system is key to its success. A system that is fair and consistent will be more successful in engaging students over a longer period. Using the behaviour groups in Sleuth is a straightforward way to achieve this.
Monitoring Improvement Strategies
A line report, in this case showing incidents week by week, can show the impact of intervention strategies on behaviour. This graph shows the volume of incidents before and after a strategy was introduced.
Targetted CPD for Behaviour Management
Shows a breakdown of the behaviour giving staff cause for concern. By identifying the most frequently recorded behaviours specific interventions can be planned to address these behaviours. It is also the prompt for specific CPD or mentoring work to be put in place to improve staff skills
Managing House Points
Behaviour points can be awarded for each sanction/reward a student receives. A series of Behaviour Points reports show the points totals for individual students and year/tutor/house groups. This report shows a weekly behaviour points total for each student in a house group
Promoting Positive Behaviour
Similar to above but focussing on positive incidents, this report totals incidents per student in a Year Group/Faculty. Usually run for a finite period, e.g. over a week. Can be used to identify students reaching a milestone (e.g. over 5 positive incidents) which
may trigger a reward.
Supporting Faculty Staff
Staff mentoring and CPD can be informed by reviewing which staff are reporting incidents. For example an NQT may need additional support in applying policy in practice and this report will help a Head of Faculty to identify where support may be needed
Supporting At-Risk Students
This report of incidents by ethnic group is a way to profile behaviour with a view to looking at targeted support measures for a particular ethnic group, for example additional language support or interventions to promote cross-cultural awareness
Detailed Recording for Student Profiling
This report provides a detailed incident history for a student and their behaviour. Crucial in providing evidence for statements, managed transfers or exclusion tribunals and also useful for parent interviews/evenings and academic reviews