Everyone is an education Data Super Hero
KiData is a platform and suite of Apps for Microsoft Office 365 that gives the right information to the right person at the right time, in order for them to make more informed decisions which lead to better learning outcomes for all.
KiSync is where it all starts. It's an App that allows you to upload your data to our Education Data Mart which is where the magic happens.
If you are a Capita SIMS school, then there is even better news - we can automatically retrieve your data every day to ensure that your Apps and analytics are always up to date.
For the school Principal, member of the Senior Leadership Team, or class teacher - KiVisual provides you with a highly visual way of exploring your whole school data.
Search and filter in a single 'pane of glass', across performance measures including attendance, progress and attainment, behaviour, and all core student characteristics.
Visualise your class with KiData Apps
If you're a teacher, having up-to-date information on all aspects relating to the students in your classes is essential. The App is highly visual, using student photos - group them by attendance, attainment, behaviour, and achievement.
Drill down to a student's complete history, attainment over time, progress against targets - all on Office 365.
We are all here for the students, and effective parental involvement makes its contribution too (1).
KiReport is the App for students and their parents to keep them informed of attendance, attainment, behaviour and achievement - and provide them with the feature to feedback to teachers, mentors and staff.
(1) EEF Teacher Toolkit. Available online at https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/toolkit/toolkit-a-z/parental-involvement/
In love with Microsoft PowerBI? Can't get enough of it in Office 365? Don't worry! We're here to help by providing you with custom visualisations for education data, and a set of PowerBI reports that work with data you supply via KiSync.
Reports cover Progress 8 and Primary attainment, along with your 'usual suspects' across attendance, behaviour and achievement. How deliciously simple.