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Hello, I'm new to this site and new to tapestry and have lots of questions!

But first, ive just started at a new school who use tapestry and wondered if there was a way I could keep track of how many observations have been made on each child. I want to be able to see a chart or something similar for each individual child every half term which tells me clearly how many obs they have for each area of learning so I can see where we need more evidence. Is there a way to do this?

Thanks in advance, Ellen

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Hi Ellen,


Welcome to Tapestry and the forum!


You can see how many assessments have been made for a child by going to the Analysis section -> clicking on the 'EYFS' banner -> then clicking on the 'Thoroughness Overview' banner-> scroll to the bottom of the page and by where it says 'Picker screens' click on the 'Individual' button. You then just need to select a group of a child and a term to see this data for.


This will then show you a chart with a breakdown of how many assessments each child has in aspect for this period. You can also see the total number of observations a child has overall for this term in the chart.


I hope this screen provides you with the information you are looking for. :1b

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