Export Classes & School Reports

How to export data for multiple classes in one go allowing teachers to perform better student, class, and department analysis.

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Class sharing or joining classes via the School page allows Senior Leaders, Data Managers and other SLT to see data from classes across the whole school.

Class sharing will give you access to data but you will still need to go into each class to see the data or generate a custom report via the Reports page. Simply select the classes you'd like to view the data for, the date metrics and then click Generate to create an in depth Excel report of the class data.

Premium schools have access to 'Whole school reports' and can export aggregated student and class data across a whole school, department, year group or even just a group of classes in one go.

The report will facilitate classroom teachers, Heads of Year, Heads of Department and SLT to track data across the school and identify classes and students trends.

Ultimately, we want to make it easier for staff in leadership positions to see how students are performing across multiple subjects and classes.

How to generate whole school data reports in Seneca for Premium Schools

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How to get access to data across your school, department, year group or classes:

  1. Ask teachers who own those classes to invite you to the classes via your email. You'll need to accept the invitation to access the data. If you have the School Sync package you can join the classes via the 'School' page.

  2. Click the Reports tab at the top of your Seneca teacher account and then 'Custom'

  3. Select the classes and timeframe you want to see data for. Click 'Generate report'.

  4. Wait for the data to be processed. Click 'Download' to access the report.

Want to export additional metrics or dimensions?

We're continuously upgrading our reporting and export functionality. If you have any feedback around missing metrics then please do let us know and we might be able to implement these fairly quickly. You can share your feedback via the linked form below.

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