User Access Levels
All users should have the minimum access level required for them to meet their needs. It's a good idea to regularly review who has access to your account. See our guide on User Access Security - Recommended Practices for more.
School access levels
"Can view pupils and enter assessments".
This level of access is perfect for teachers who only need to enter assessments and/or do data analysis.
"Can update pupil records, manage staff and alter school settings."
This level of access is for school administrators, who need to be able to manage the school's settings: change term dates, manage Assessment Types, manage staff, etc.
Users without admin access can find out who the account admins are by clicking Admin in the menu bar (top right).
"Read-only access, with pupil names hidden."
This access type grants access to anonymised data. It's read-only access, so these users can't enter or change any assessments or other information. Users can access the Cohorts menu, but not the Pupils or Objectives menus, making this perfect for data-loving governors.
Trust access levels
"Access to trust-level reports, but not individual schools."
"Access to anonymised cohort reports in each school."
"Access to each school, including pupil details and data entry."
"Like School User, but also with admin access to each school."
"Admin access to each school, plus the ability to manage trust-level user access."