Amazing new features from Alps
Connect Interactive – Amazing new features:
1. Creating custom comparison groups – Available Now!
You can now use multiple comparison categories to create groups in your subject, teaching set and student analysis, including any custom groups you have added. You will be able to create several of these comparison groups to view on one screen.
You will also be able to use this as part of a consortium, comparing students on your roll with those on roll elsewhere, or for those students who are taught in another school/college.
2. Multiple Gradepoints – Selecting your gradepoint trend – Available Now!
The new ‘mix and match’ gradepoint selector makes it much easier to construct the gradepoints you want to see in your trends.
3. Custom columns now available in Connect Interactive – Available Now!
We are delighted to announce that we have released the ability to add custom columns to your Connect Interactive analysis. This means that you can add additional groups for analysis to the data that you have in Connect Interactive, for example, SEND or feeder school. For information on how to add custom columns to your data please visit our Knowledge Base.
4. Monitoring accuracy – Available Now!
A powerful tool to allow you to quickly identify subjects where the accuracy of predicting might be a cause for concern, to enable you to set informed priorities going forward.
5. Fine grades analysis – Available Now!
Effectively plan for different scenarios based on ‘secure’ or ‘at-risk’ fine grades by modelling their impact on your subjects. Use your own internal fine grades notation so that Connect speaks your language. Please see our Help Video on how to set up your fine grades
6. Track student attainment across maths and English – Available Now!
Identify the students who are not achieving 5+ in both maths and English. You can compare how they are progressing in their other subjects to inform your targeted interventions.
7. Multiple Filtering and Comparisons – Available Now!
You can apply additional filters and construct multiple filters (e.g. white British boys) in a similar way to comparison groups. This will allow for more detailed analysis of your key groups.
More information and details are available from our Knowledge Base which you can access from the Resources sections on your Connect Homepage.