Welcome to Iris
What is IRIS?
IRIS is a highly versatile behaviour and rewards monitoring and statistical analysis tool. Easy to use, its simple and intuitive menu structure and input screens enable users to become proficient with minimal training.
Powerful, simple data analysis
IRIS provides probably the most powerful real-time analysis of behaviour and rewards available to schools. Based on a bespoke data frame, IRIS offers a depth, speed and flexibility of analysis unrivalled by any similar application. Users can start with an overview of the whole school and drill down into the analysis, finishing with an individual student's behaviour and rewards record; each stage with just a single click of the mouse.
Log-in from anywhere
IRIS is securely accessible over the internet, so users can log into the system, view and analyse the data and print off reports from home or even abroad. Parents and students can also have their own remote log-in to see their behaviour and rewards record and 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Are you ready for the new Ofsted January 2012 inspections framework?
From January 2012 inspectors will be focusing more sharply on those aspects of schools' work that have the greatest impact on raising achievement. This will involve an increase in the proportion of inspectors' time spent observing teaching and gathering evidence of learning, progress and behaviour.
Behaviour in your school may be good, but do you have the data to back it up?
A key change for 2012 will be this sharper focus on pupils' behaviour in class and around school. Schools will need to demonstrate how they ensure consistent and systematic management of behaviour.
IRIS provides all the tools and data you need to satisfy Ofsted's requirements in terms of monitoring and analysing pupil behaviour.
The new Ofsted evaluation schedule requires schools to monitor behaviour patterns more closely; in particular in relation to groups of pupils; for example how girls compare to boys, how one year group compares to another. Also to be able to show whether a particular group of pupils, e.g. SEN, FSM, LAC, is disproportionately represented in the behaviour statistics. IRIS is optimised to present this type of analysis.
Contact us today to find out more about how IRIS Adapt can bring your behaviour monitoring into the 21st century.
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Download the 2012 Ofsted inspection framework criteria here.
Download the new Ofsted evaluation schedule here.