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How to Run the Timetable Report for Students

Note: All pages below are subject to having relevant Roles and Permissions.

Also See: How to Run the Timetable Report for Staff

Use this function to Bulk Print or Bulk Download Timetables for selected Students.

From the left Menu go to Reports > Curriculum > Timetable.

A series of Radio buttons are available depending on the type of Timetable required, the default setting is Student.

Use the Find button to select multiple Students or type them individually into the Student Name field to produce the desired Selection List.

The Selection List can be dragged away from the main panel if necessary.

Choose the desired Format by checking/unchecking the required boxes.

Select the Week Start and Week End for the Timetables and decide Font Size and Sort By options.

Note:  For 2-week Timetables it may be necessary to amend the Week Start date to a Week 1 date as by default the Week(s) Start will display the current week.

Single Periods can be added or removed by ticking or unticking the appropriate boxes.

All Days and Periods can be removed or included in the Timetables by clicking the Row Name or Column Heading. To remove All or select All click on the blank cell at the top left to toggle between them. When finished click on the Preview button.

Print or Download using the appropriate items on the Toolbar.

Tip: You might want to run the Print Preview first.

Tip: Individual Timetable Reports can also be printed from the Student Profile page.

Select the Expand Timetable icon on the top right of the Timetable to expand the Timetable.

Select Print. There is an option to select the Term and Week Beginning from the dropdown and Show Detentions if required.

A Class List can also be Printed or Exported by right clicking on a Class/Group from the Timetable.

This will open the list of Students for that Class/Group with the available Grid Actions.

Note: The Student Timetable report will Print the Teacher for that lesson.

Updated on August 25, 2022

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