InVentry sign-in system – High Tunstall College of Science, Hartlepool

High Tunstall College of Science sought a range of benefits when they upgraded their visitor sign-in solution, notably improving safeguarding for staff and for pupils and taking workload away from staff to concentrate on other areas.

Use of the system is saving vast amounts of time due to its automated management of data and its seamless integration with their MIS. It is also ticking a crucial safeguarding box when it comes to OFSTED inspections.

In addition, the Headteacher now benefits from the bulk visitor sign in aspects of the system when booking meetings, as well as the notification he receives when a visitor arrives – a function which can also supply a photo of the visitor on an email!

From school trip management to accessing data on a mobile device, their staff are now confidently using the majority of the system’s functionality. This is largely as a result of the ongoing support their staff are receiving – described by the Headteacher as ‘first-class’.

See more comments from the headteacher and his colleagues in our interview:

Read our Sign in and Safeguarding system page for more information about the system.

Or the best place to start is with a demonstration at your school. Just complete the form on this page or call our specialist team on 0844 357 5197.

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