All the information you will need when you're creating a teaching timetable in Syllabus Plus.
This section includes buildings and room information as well as a step-by-step guide to help you through the process of creating a teaching timetable and other information related to timetables.
Student timetabling contact list
If you need to contact someone in a school about timetabling issues, here is a full list of names and contact details.
This timeline is produced annually to help school timetablers follow deadlines in the timetabling process.
Teaching week patterns
Teaching week patterns for 2014-15 and 2015-16 showing key University teaching times.
Timetable views for timetablers
Specific views of the teaching timetable are provided to help timetablers with the timetabling process.
Collecting data and creating a timetable
There is a five-stage process to follow to ensure that timetables are produced in an accurate, timely and effective way.
Syllabus Plus training materials
There are a range of manuals to support timetablers. New users will need to receive training from the timetabling team.
Timetabling reference materials
To enable you to carry out timetabling, you need an up to date Syllabus Plus image. There are also a selection of useful tools to help with successful timetabling.
Naming conventions in Syllabus Plus
To help students understand their timetables, the names of activities in Syllabus Plus should be as consistent as possible. This is a reference to make sure you follow the naming convention correctly.
Rearranging scheduled teaching
Teaching should only be rearranged where unavoidable. Taught Student Education Board has outlined how changes should be made and communicated to students.
Clash report guide
Central Timetabling is responsible for producing regular clash reports for schools to facilitate the creation of, as far as possible, clash-free timetables for students.