Within the Bookings and Attendance screen you will be able to view and manage your Services Roll information.

Viewing the Rolls screen

Select the Bookings and Attendance screen

Select the Rolls Tab on the top left hand side



The Rolls screen will display:
a) Filter by Service
b) Filter by Week Start Date
c) Apply Filters
d) Today's attendance information
Grey - Total pending children booked for the current day but not signed in or absent
Blue - Total number of children signed in for the current day
Purple - Total number of children signed out for the current day
Red - Total number of children marked as absent for the current day


e) CCS Week identifier
f) Room name
g) Age Range of each Room
h) Total Weekly Capacity of each Room
i) Bookings per day / total room capacity
j) Total Weekly Capacity for the Service
k) Total Daily Capacity for the Service



Rolls Screen Reports

To view the available reports on the Rolls screen.
Select the Bulk Action

The report options are:

Weekly Schedule - This report provides you with the weekly bookings for the selected child, service or room

Attendance Sheet - This report will provide you with a paper sign in/out sheet

Health & Additional Needs - This report provides you with children with flagged Health and Additional needs

Doctors Information - This report provides you with Dr information for the selected Room or Service

Emergency Contacts - This report provides you with the Emergency Contact details for the selected Room or Service

Guardian Consents - This report provides you with the Guardian Authorisations for the selected Room or Service



Marking Sessions from the Rolls screen

You are able to sign a child in/our or absent via the Rolls screen

Select the day and the room

Only the children for the selected Room and day will display
Select Sign in to sign the selected child into the Service

OR select absent if the child is absent for the selected day



For more information, please browse our support documents or alternatively contact our support team.
Was this article helpful?
Cancel
Thank you!