Progression Schedules

Progression Schedules


Reports > DOE > DOE Marks Schedules  


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A progression schedule must be submitted to the DOE to indicate which learners have progressed to the following term / year.

GENERATE A PROGRESSION SCHEDULE

  • Click on Reports > DOE > Progression Schedules
  • Choose the heading to be printed on the report
  • Choose to print the report with or without marks
  • Select the Year
  • Choose to print Additional enrollment data
  • Choose to print the Percentage, Level or Both mark types
  • Choose to print Term marks or Calculated marks
  • If you selected Term Marks:
  • Select which terms you would like to include on the progression schedule and click on the "Right Arrow" button to allocate or on the "Left Arrow" button to de-allocate them
  • If you selected Calculated Marks:
  • The screen will expand and select which Calculated mark you would like to display on the progression schedule
  • Choose to print the report for Grades or Register classes
  • Select the grades or register classes and click on the "Right Arrow" button to allocate or on the "Left Arrow" button to deallocate them
  • Click on the "Generate Report" button to generate the report.
  • If you already promoted your learners during the administrative year end process, the following report will be generated with the RP/NRP column populated
  

Frequently Asked Questions


Q: I have specific learners who have ‘passed with adjustment’, where do the adjusted marks display?

A: As per the DOE specifications - that a mark adjustment of 2% or less - in a maximum of 3 subjects [prioritizing the fundamental subjects of Home Language, First Additional Language and Mathematics] may be given to learners who have obtained a subject mark which is within the 7% range of the pass requirements.

The Progression Schedule will now print the adjusted/moderated mark with an asterisk (*) next to marks that have been adjusted/moderated (see red blocks below):

Q: Why are learners who have left the school displaying on the progression schedule?

A: These learners are most likely still linked to subjects for terms where they were no longer in the school.  For example the learner left in term 3 but that term was copied to term 4 - the system would have automatically carried over the learner and the specific subjects he was linked to.

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