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Session E: Sleuth Good Practice Review & Report

There are many outcomes to using Sleuth, from reducing referrals and improving communication to targeted CPD and early intervention. Through our Sleuth Training Programmes we have worked with a huge number of schools, each with their own policy and outcomes for behaviour tracking. From these experiences have come hundreds of examples of good practice in using Sleuth to achieve the desired outcomes and improve behaviour management.

To complement our on-site training programmes we also offer a Sleuth Good Practice Review. The review is specific to your school, your policy and your planned outcomes. It looks in detail at how Sleuth is set-up and how your staff are using it to record and report on behaviour. The result of the review is a detailed report describing all of our findings with recommendations for optimising your use of Sleuth to save time, increase efficiency and improve behaviour management. We will email you the report and can then arrange to talk through our findings with you over the phone.

Click for Report Example Report: Sleuth Good Practice Report - Saving Time and Improving Efficiency with Sleuth

The Sleuth Good Practice Report is ideal to support:

Schools booking two or more half-day sessions (A, B, C or D) will receive a FREE Sleuth Good Practice Review saving an extra £200. See Training Costs for price and booking details for Session E.

 

# Task What’s Covered
E.1 Sleuth Setup A review of your Sleuth setup looking at the Admin tables, including:
  • The Sleuth Importer - Review set-up, versions and permissions so that all relevant data is automatically updated from your MIS
  • User Permissions - Check the appropriate staff have permissions to use relevant features in Sleuth
  • Groups - Review the setup of Behaviour and Action groups
  • Actions - Review the setup of Actions and related tables, e.g. Documents and Alerts
  • Periods - Check periods and period groups setup according to timetable
E.2 Staff Use -
Data Entry
A look at how staff are recording behaviour and how this process can be more efficient or consistent for staff:
  • Staff Usage - Analyse number of staff logins and login frequency. Review timeout and use of memorable word
  • Personalising Sleuth - Review staff use of MyDefaults, MySearches/Reports and SharedSearches/Reports
  • Referrals - use of auto-referral features
E.3 Using Data -
Searching & Reporting
A review of the range of reports used by staff to analyse behaviour:
  • Staff Reporting - Review of which reports are being used by staff to monitor behaviour
  • Analysis - Using your own data we can present the results of running searches/reports that have proved useful for teacher, line manager and leaders in other schools