Merits Report

Go to Reporting > Reports > Conduct (tab) > Merits

What does the report display?

Merits are a reward system similar to house points and awarded through rewards in My Subjects, however they are awarded to an individual rather than to a particular house.

Please note that your reports may display different names if your school has customised conduct types in Admin > Config > Custom Relabelling.

Please Note

Your school may have opted to give Merits a different name, please see: Rename Behaviour Phrases

A pie chart is produced summarising merits awarded by year and form. 

  • To view a report, choose the year and form you wish to view from the drop-down boxes.
  • If you wish to only view a year leave form blank or for the whole school leave both boxes blank.

Select a date range and click Choose. 

You will now see a Venn diagram displaying the merits from the data period and also a table with the student's name and the number of merits they have received this year.

  • Names which are highlighted in red represent the students who are no longer on roll.
  • The star on the report identifies a 'favourite' report. Click the star to toggle yes or no.


How do I order, filter and remove data?

The report will be produced in a tabular format showing columns relating to the report title. Simply click on the column header to order the data or select the bin icon to remove the column.

To filter this data further, each column header will have a text entry field where you can produce results based on your query, for text fields you can enter a string which will return all student relating to that value. If the the field is a integer or a date range you are able to enter the queries, equal to (=), greater than (>), or less than (<).

Click on more details to get a breakdown of a student's individual merits.

How do I export this data?

The information displayed can be exported as either a Word, Excel or PDF document. You can also display the report as either landscape or portrait.

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