Behaviour Import

View and monitor imported Behaviour points from your school's MIS

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Written by Hannah Chapple
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What is Behaviour Import?

Behaviour import will allow you to view your students’ achievement and behaviour points recorded in your MIS, directly through our platform. This allows you, as well as students and parents, to preview their points rates based on the details we receive from your MIS.

Kindly note, with Behaviour Import, no points can be awarded or deducted via the Satchel One platform. In order to have the ability to do this, you’d need to upgrade to Behaviour writeback.

Set-up for Behaviour import

Once you’d like to enable this function, our team will complete the necessary steps for you to consent to our required scopes so we can receive these details from your MIS. Please see our article on Data Permissions for further information about this process.

Where to find Behaviour points?

There are a few different areas within Satchel One where you can view Behaviour details for your students:

You can either go to ‘My classes’ on the navigation panel and click ‘Manage class’ on the appropriate group or, if you can’t find it here, search for the class name in the search bar across the top of your page.

By clicking the Behaviour tab, you will see all of the students in your class. Here, you can select them all or choose individual students at a time.

Alternatively, you can also manage Behaviour by searching for a specific pupil in the top search bar or by clicking onto their individual profile via any hyperlink of their name across the site.

This will bring you to their Satchel One profile where you can manage their Behaviour individually and see detailed data about their personal Behaviour transactions in their ‘Breakdown’.

💡Please note, you cannot award points from these pages but you are able to award badges here. Badges are unique Satchel One and can be set up by your school's Satchel One admin. For more on setting up badges, see our Help Centre guide here.

What can Parents and Students see?

Mobile app:

Parents and students can view an overall summary of their points as well as a tab which will reveal a breakdown of the points they received, what it was for and which teacher it was appointed by.

Web browser:

Points and badges can also be viewed on the web browser where the icons are larger and laid out differently than the app, for a more visual experience. You can also access the breakdown for their points from this page by clicking on the ‘breakdown’ hyperlink.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I expect to see points on Satchel One?

Once points have been added in your MIS, they will be surfaced during the nightly imports.

If you add points on your MIS today, you should expect these to appear in Satchel One the next day following the nightly imports.

Are students and parents notified when points are imported from the MIS into Satchel One?

No; points import passively from your MIS into Satchel One and do not trigger notifications. Users can visit the app and view the 'Behaviour' area in order to see any imported points.

Can I add points on Satchel One that will show in our MIS?

Please note, Behaviour Import will not allow you to record any behaviour points on Satchel One. Our Behaviour Writeback option can help here.

Can I change Reasons in Satchel One?

Reasons and Activities are only imported through your MIS. In order to see the changes in Satchel One please amend them in your MIS first.

Will it show all the points for students from the entire Academic Year?

You can choose whether you’d like all points from the start of the current academic year to show for you. Please just let us know!

When will students and parents be able to see points?

Students and Parents will receive these points as soon as they’re created. They will be able to access the given Behaviour points on both their app and web browser.

Can I see a report of the imported Behaviour points?

Yes! The Behaviour Report is split into three sections: Students, Teachers and Events. For more information on the Behaviour Report, please see here.

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