Improve behaviour, reduce exclusions and re-vamp your rewards system with IRIS
Provides ALL the behaviour analysis you need for the new Ofsted inspection schedule!
Web based application, giving you anytime, anywhere access: share information with colleagues and other education professionals, as well as parents and the pupils themselves, in real time!
Email and text alerts: improve both the efficiency and effectiveness of your pastoral staff with IRIS's paper-free system real-time text and email alerts.
Extremely simple system to use: minimal training is required for classroom teachers and it is accessible by even the least IT confident users.
Powerful, real-time analysis: turn raw data into usable, useful information at the click of a mouse.
Fully-featured rewards management system: no more counting of of paper slips or stamps in exercise books; save time, effort and money on administering your school reward system.
Tally rewards by class, year or house group at the click of a button: this allows daily or weekly recognition of achieving pupils for assemblies and form time activities.
Pupil and parent access: Pupils and parents can each have their own account
More customisable and flexible than other applications: the behaviour and rewards input screens are fully customisable to your needs.
All staff, student and timetable information automatically exported from SIMS or CMIS: no information which already exists on SIMS or CMIS needs to be re-entered.
Outstanding support and value for money: the IRIS team provide excellent support, from full initial set-up and customisation to on-site training and on-going email and telephone support.
Don't just take our work for it - read our reviews below.
Lancashire Short Stay Schools are all investing in or encouraging their mainstream partners to have a good long look at IRIS!
Having looked at alternative tracking systems, we chose Iris because it dovetailed perfectly into our Behaviour for Learning policy, which lays emphasis on choice and consequences, and encourages positive behaviour. The ability to easily reward students for their affirmative behaviour has meant that more value has been placed on doing what is right. This positive conduct is then effortlessly collated and celebrated in achievement assemblies.
In terms of negative behaviour, Iris can be customised to incorporate C1, C2 and C3 incidents and the resultant detentions that are generated. Allied to this is an array of analytical tools which allow data to be usefully evaluated. In essence, informative profiles of pupils' behaviour in and around school are easily generated and are used in tracking performance, and intervention strategies
The whole system is fully user friendly and we have been able to give access to students so that they can become more responsible for their own behaviour. Similarly parents are able to retrieve real time data on their child's performance in school and with such knowledge are able to liaise positively with the school.
The support we have received from the Iris team has always been prompt and efficient and we have experienced only two hours downtime in the three years we have used Iris.
If staff in your school are still on a paper-chase, I would urge that you give urgent consideration to Iris.
Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School, Liverpool