HPS Digital Data
We use a range of different digital systems at HPS, both for children in class and for parents to access from home. You can see usage data for these systems below.
About the data: Data sets are updated every 72 hours as a minimum, but usually every 48 hours is routine. The running totals are for this academic year only. We’re working on bringing more data into these dashboards as we work out how to extract it in an automated way from our systems. The graphs on this page are drawn live on each page load from the remote data sets, so you may occasionally experience a delay. If anything looks like it’s missing data, reload the page to force the graph to redraw.
On mobile: The graphs on this page can be difficult to view on some mobile devices, our apologies for that. When on mobile tapping on a data point will usually provide more information which might help.
At HPS our children write their own blogs! Blogging gives our children the chance to write for a real world audience. When their audience is the whole world, children are motivated to be the best writers they can be. Our pupil blogging network, hpsblogs.net, is populated with content written by our own children and is read by visitors all over the world.
Total Blog Posts School-wide: 255
The most prolific bloggers:
Seesaw empowers students to independently document what they are learning at school and allows parents to see what’s happening in school, as it happens, and comment on what they see. Each child at HPS has their own portfolio in Seesaw.
Total Seesaw items School-wide: 7197
Total parents linked:
This Week’s winner:
Attendance is incredibly important to the education of our children and makes a big difference to a child’s ability to do well at school.
Each week our classes compete to have the highest attendance percentage, with the highest scoring class at the end of term getting an extra special treat. This shows the leaderboard so far this year, updated weekly.