Taylor Dent-Robson

Dear Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,

1. Please provide the name of your principal Education Management Information System (MIS) e.g. Capita ONE etc.

2. How many modules of the MIS do you currently have?

3. Which modules of the MIS do you currently have?

4. How many internal users of your MIS do you have?

5. How many external users of your MIS do you have (i.e. parent portal / provider portal / professional portal users)?

6. How many full time staff are employed to provide user and system support? (Please do not include any staff whose involvement is only to upgrade and/or undertake technical maintenance).

7. How many part time staff are employed to provide user and system support? (Please do not include any staff whose involvement is only to upgrade and/or undertake technical maintenance).

8. If the answer to Q7 is more than 0, please provide the FTE of each employee or the number of hours worked.

9. Do the staff referred to in Q6-8 above only provide support to the MIS or do they also have additional job roles/responsibilities?

10. If the above staff have additional job roles/responsibilities, please summarise what these are.

11. How many student records are held within your MIS?

12. How many students are currently on roll in schools in your LA (all school types)? If the current number is not available, please provide the number as per the Spring School Census 2019.

13. How does student data from your schools get imported into your MIS?

Yours faithfully,

Taylor Dent-Robson

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Dent-Robson,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 8708

 

Thank you for your email received 5 April 2019 requesting information
under the Freedom of Information Act.  I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

1. Please provide the name of your principal Education Management
Information System (MIS) e.g. Capita ONE etc.

 

2. How many modules of the MIS do you currently have?

 

3.  Which modules of the MIS do you currently have?

 

4.  How many internal users of your MIS do you have?

 

5. How many external users of your MIS do you have (i.e. parent portal /
provider portal / professional portal users)?

 

6.  How many full time staff are employed to provide user and system
support?  (Please do not include any staff whose involvement is only to
upgrade and/or undertake technical maintenance).

 

7.  How many part time staff are employed to provide user and system
support?  (Please do not include any staff whose involvement is only to
upgrade and/or undertake technical maintenance).

 

8. If the answer to Q7 is more than 0, please provide the FTE of each
employee or the number of hours worked.

 

9. Do the staff referred to in Q6-8 above only provide support to the MIS
or do they also have additional job roles/responsibilities?

 

10.  If the above staff have additional job roles/responsibilities, please
summarise what these are.

 

11.  How many student records are held within your MIS?

 

12.  How many students are currently on roll in schools in your LA (all
school types)?  If the current number is not available, please provide the
number as per the Spring School Census 2019.

 

13.  How does student data from your schools get imported into your MIS?

 

Your request is being considered as a request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.  In accordance with statutory requirements, it may
take up to 20 working days (approximately 4 weeks) for the Council to
consider your request and provide a formal response.  Should this 20
working day deadline need to be extended you will be notified and kept
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I have passed your request to Catherine Moseley, Head of Access and
Inclusion, to respond to your request and she can be contacted on 0161 342
3302 or at [1][email address].

 

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Regards

 

 

Freedom of Information Support

 

 

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Dear Mr Dent-Robson,

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 8708

 

Please find attached response in relation to your Freedom of Information
Request.

 

Kind regards,

 

On behalf of Catherine Moseley

 

 

 

 

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