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Bromcom Primary MIS is an extremely powerful, intuitive,and friendly primary school software solution. The package seamlessly brings together teachers, parents, senior leaders and administrators, helping them to maintain the very best in teaching and learning standards.
Bromcom Secondary MIS is an extremely powerful, intuitive, and friendly secondary school software solution. The package seamlessly brings together teachers, parents, senior leaders and administrators, helping them to maintain the very best in teaching and learning standards.
The Bromcom Multi-Academy Vision solution is purpose designed for multi-academy trusts and school federations with a role in overseeing the performance of their schools. It provides an online portal for viewing and aggregating data from multiple schools, partnered together in a Trust, or Federation.
Bromcom Finance fully integrates with the Bromcom MIS allowing you to manage your finances with ease. It simplifies usually complex accounts processes, leaving you with more time for your every day activities and is fully compliant with the requirements of Consistent Financial Reporting (CFR).
This paper examines local authority aspects of switching to Cloud management information systems (MIS). My last paper identified distinct and quantifiable benefits from Cloud MIS for multi - academy trusts (MATs,). Local authority (LA) contexts are different, however. Can these benefits and cost savings be translated to LA - maintained school contexts? And what steps are needed to lead and manage this change locally?
This paper highlights why Cloud matters in the management of information and data across schools, and why leading Multi - Academy Trusts (MATs) are shaking off outdated and expensive legacy systems in favour of modern, cost - effective Cloud - based infrastructure and management information system (MIS) software. Harris Federation switched to a new MIS solution last year, achieving crucial operational benefits as a result and making annual savings of 70% on the cost of MIS ownership in the process.
We need total cost of ownership (TCO) thinking about local authority - wide school management information systems (MIS). The problem is that MIS costs are fragmented: no - one has oversight or ownership of costs across schools and local authority business units. Without this transparency and oversight, financial incentives for change are removed. What needs to happen to address this situation?
Hadley Learning Community Primary Phase opened in September 2006. Now in their tenth year, HLC Primary is a well-established, successful school that provides excellent education for children aged 3-11 years. The school has seen an upward trend in achievement since the last OFSTED Inspection in 2012 when it was judged good across all areas. This larger than average primary school has a current capacity of 420.
This prestigious school were more than happy to choose Bromcom for their school MIS because they “Love the fact that Bromcom is a cloud based system” and it can be used to meet the demands for anywhere, anytime access to their data. Hasmonean High School in North West London is one of the leading comprehensive schools in the UK.
King Alfred’s is a large secondary school in Oxfordshire with 1900 students and 140 teachers. Following a countywide tender, King Alfred’s decided that the Bromcom Management Information System suited their needs best. King Alfred’s is a member of the Vale Academy Trust along with four primary schools. As the school was happy using the system, they encouraged all of their primary partner schools to switch to the Bromcom MIS.
St Peter’s is a secondary school in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. It was founded in 1870, and in 2005 was granted specialist status for Mathematics and Computing. The school is part of The Cam Academy Trust which has a total of 10 schools. St Peter’s School have used Bromcom for over 20 years, initially for registration and moved to the full MIS package in 2010.
The George Eliot School is a comprehensive school that caters for boys and girls of all abilities from the age of 11 to 16. The school has 688 pupils and was established in September 1961. The school converted to academy status in 2010 and is now part of the Midland Academies Trust. The school’s motto is “We inspire, you succeed”.
The Sir John Colfox Academy is a high performing secondary school and has excellent results at GCSE and A level. In 2015, 66% of students have achieved 5 or more GCSE grade passes including English and Maths (10% above the national average). The progress grade for the Academy at A level in ALPS has been ‘outstanding’ for three years in a row, something the academy is very proud of.
Bromcom MIS is feature-rich with a broad range of functionality. Many of our schools find they can reduce their need for third party products in areas such as seating plans, SMS messaging and homework because with Bromcom it is all in one central system. This removes the need to import / export data and reduces costs at the same time.
This statement explains how Bromcom complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which is effective from 25th May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union.
Advanced Report Builder (ARB) is a powerful new way to query and present data from your Bromcom MIS. Its sophisticated reports combine data from all areas of the MIS. ARB presents multiple queries in a single report in tabulated and graphical formats.
The following guidance is designed to assist schools, academies and multi-academy trusts procure Cloud services legally and effectively. Whilst Bromcom is unable to offer professional legal advice on procurement matters, this guidance is designed to bring to your attention the opportunities of using the G-Cloud Framework to procure services such as your Management Information System.
MyChildAtSchool is an online portal that enables parents to view their child’s performance at school in real time via any modern web browser. The facility allows the child’s attendance, grades and behaviour to be accessed whenever the parent/carer wishes.
Businesses, large and small are now fully embracing Cloud solutions to improve their services to customers and competitiveness in their marketplace. The UK Government recognised the saving and capabilities offered by Cloud solutions and has a “Cloud First” policy for local government organisations. It is a case of “when”, not “if” you change to Cloud and now is the right time.
When entering into an agreement with a “cloud” service provider, every school/data controller has to be satisfied that the relevant service provider is carrying out its data processing as per their requirements (ensuring compliance with the Data Protection Act (DPA) by the data controller and also the data processor by default).