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Snapshots - Development Matters Statements

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#1 Lauren


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Posted 28 July 2016 - 11:11 AM

The Development Matters Statements screen will tell you the number of times each statement has been observed and when the last time this happened was.


There are two versions of this screen, an individual one and a group one. To find them, you will need to navigate to the (1) Snapshots tab at the top of the page, then in the EYFS section you will find a box that says 'Development Matters Statements'. You will need to click on (2) the 'Group View' or 'Individual View' button. For now let's start with the individual view. 




When you have gone to the individual view you will need to pick a child and an aspect of the EYFS assessment areas to view how many times the statements for that aspect have been assessed.




This screen, which you can see below, will then tell you the number of times each statement has been ticked and when the last time this happened was. If no statements have been ticked in an age band, no box with the statements in will appear, e.g. age bands 0-11 and 16-26.





Now let's take a look at the group view. Once you have selected that you will be taken to a page where you will need to select the sort of data you want to see. You can choose:
1) The period or year the data will cover.

2) The EYFS area you want to see (all aspect within that area will be shown).

3) The age band/s you want to be included (please note that you can select several age bands).

4) Whether you want the statements from unapproved obs to be included.

5) The group of children you want to see. 




When you have filled that in, the chart shown below will appear. As you can see the statements will then be listed in rows and each child in your chosen group will have their own column so you can see how many times each statement has been ticked for each child. If the statement has been selected, the box will turn green. If has not been selected, the box will stay red.



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