The EduAdmin Assessment Module is particularly powerful in that it is totally user defined. There is no limit to the number of mark categories, marks per student, subjects per student, reports, grades, symbols, subject maxima, pass criteria or problem marks. The entering of marks is streamlined. Individual comments and/or comment codes can be stored for each mark and reports can be custom designed. The module also has many standard reports.


  • Unlimited number of student reports with different user-defined weightings for each report

  • Unlimited number of marks for each student for each term

  • Individual subject comments for each subject for each report

  • Five General comments for each student for each report

  • User-defined number of characters for Individual subject comments and General comments

  • User-defined student subject packages for rapid data entry

  • Twelve OBE outcomes/narrations (called Components) for each subject for each report, supporting an achievement symbol and/or a mark and/or a level descriptor for each outcome

  • Parameter-driven Promotions Resulting Criteria (usually used for junior grades)

  • Parameter-driven External Resulting Criteria allowing for replication or simulation of external examination criteria

  • Seamless integration with the Timetabler Module

  • Report Designer allowing for custom-designed report layouts, which can be designed to match pre-printed stationery if required

  • Entry of marks, comments and components from any workstation on the network or offsite (offline) via the Shuttle

  • User-defined merging of marks (such as History and Geography into HSS)

  • Generating and emailing of PDF reports

  • Mark Sets functionality which allows the module to be used as a user-driven electronic mark book

  • See also the Overview of this module


The EduAdmin Assessment Module is, in essence, a massive calculator. It accepts an unlimited number of marks and performs calculations (such as weightings) on these marks. One mark or several marks can be entered per term and these can be weighted to produce report marks.

In addition to the entering of marks, the Module allows for the entry of individual subject comments from staff for each student for each report, as well as the entry of five general comments from, for example, sports coaches, housemasters or the headmaster. The Module also permits the entry of OBE-type component-based assessment data, which indicates a level of competency at certain skills, for example.

The Assessment Module integrates seamlessly with the Timetable Module, allowing instant updating of assessment data from timetable data. Classes in the Timetable Module can be streamed according to marks and grades in the Assessment Module.

The Assessment Module Report Designer allows flexible and customised report layouts, showing exactly the information required. The use of a duplex printer allows for “booklet” type reports to be printed. Grade averages, class averages, position in grade and textual comments are easily added to a report layout. Many hundreds of fields of Assessment data are available for inclusion on reports. The Assessment Module also links with Attendance Module, allowing for the numbers of days absent to be included on reports. Additionally, fields available in the Student Module, such as student age, birth date, ID Number or student house, can be included on reports. The flexibility of the Report Designer means that it is easy to produce accurate and attractive departmental promotion schedules.

The entering of student marks or comments into the Assessment Module can be done from any workstation on the network at any time. In addition to this, Internet functionality is available which allows entry of students marks and comments from any computer in the world which has Internet connectivity. Standard reports in the module allow for easy printing of problem or missing marks.

Students are allocated packages of subjects in the Module, which makes the initial setting up and subsequent maintenance of the Module considerably more efficient. Packages are combinations of subjects which are specified by the user. This arrangement allows for rapid data entry of student subject choices and rapid adjustment of those subject choices.

The Assessment Module includes two different resulting systems. The first system, known simply as Promotions, is responsible for resulting for junior grades, where the resulting criteria are fairly straightforward. The second system is known as External Resulting and allows for much more comprehensive resulting criteria. Both systems are fully customisable by the user, allowing for easy adjustments when departmental promotion criteria are changed. The External Resulting system can be used to simulate the resulting criteria used in the final exit examination. This means that reports issued in the senior phase can be representative of the resulting process which will be experienced in the exit examination. The resulting systems easily accommodate various subject combination rules, including students who take more than six subjects. The Assessment Module can quickly be configured to include, for example, two languages and the next best four subjects. The resulting system includes a standard report to determine why a particular student did not achieve an endorsement (exemption) result.

Marks from different subjects (such as History and Geography) can be merged into a mark for one subject, with specific weightings. The Module can easily print “Top 10” lists for Prize-Giving ceremonies, as well as ranked subject marks for department heads.

The Ministry Module accesses information in the Assessment Module to allow for statistical data to be printed regarding subject and grade combinations according to various student groups. Individual student results are available for viewing in the Ministry module. Statistical analyses of marks are available through the Statistics Module, which also allows for global scaling of marks.

Recent functionality includes the option to print Assessment reports to PDF files for filing or archiving, as well as the facility to email Assessment reports PDF files to care-givers email addresses.