1 National Child Measurement Programme 2015/16 IT System User Guide Part 3 Pupil Data Management Published May 2016 Version 2.1
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3 Introduction 4 Who Should Read this Guidance? 4 How will this Guidance help me? 4 What is a Super User? 4 Available NCMP IT System Guidance 4 Log into the NCMP IT System 5 Adding Pupil Data to Schools 6 Manual Input of Pupil Data into the NCMP IT System 6 Delete a Pupil from the Pupil Grid 10 Uploading Pupil Data into the NCMP IT System 12 Example of CSV file 12 Upload Pupil Data 13 Large File Uploads 16 Upload Errors 18 Examples of Upload errors 18 Validation Data Rules 22 Upload Warnings 23 Producing Offline Data Capture Tools 24 Download the Excel Data Entry Aid 24 Print a Paper Measurement Form 30 Record NCMP Participation Opt-Out 32 Exporting Pupil Data Files 34 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 3
4 Introduction Who should read this guidance? This guidance is intended for individuals within Local Authority (LA) teams and associated Provider organisations who are responsible for administering the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) in their area. For security and Information Governance considerations, access to the NCMP IT system is restricted depending on your role within the programme. Therefore, you may not have user permissions to access some areas referred to in this guidance. How will this guidance help me? This guidance will show you how to manage the pupil data. It will show you how to: Manually enter pupil data into the system. Import your pupil data into the system from other electronic Child Health Information Systems. Identify and resolve errors and warnings. Recording participation opt-outs. Available NCMP IT System Guidance 1 Setting Up Schools List. 2 Setting Up User Accounts 3 Pupil Data Management 4 Generating Feedback Letters 5 Progress and Data Quality Monitoring. 6 Data Submission. What is a super user? Each LA will typically have one user who is responsible for the administration of the NCMP IT system. The super user can: Add and remove users. Assign user roles in accordance with Information Governance requirements. Assign schools to users in accordance with Information Governance requirements. 4 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
5 Log into the NCMP IT System Once you have a HSCIC account, you can log into the NCMP IT system. 1. Open your web browser. 2. Enter the following web address (URL) in the address bar at the top of the browser: 3. This URL will take you to the Sign-In screen. 4. Click the Sign In link at the top right of the screen as shown above. Enter your username and password and click the Sign In button. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 5
6 Adding pupil data to schools Pupil data can be entered by manual input or uploading from other sources such as electronic Child Health Systems. Manual input of pupil data into the NCMP IT System 1. From the NCMP Public Home page, click Schools on the top menu. 2. Click the Pupil Grid link for the school you want to add data to. 3. The pupil grid for the selected school is shown. The list will be empty if no pupils have been added. 6 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
7 4. The Pupil Grid consists of 5 tabs: a. Child Identifiers (default) b. Address Details c. Measurement d. Pupil Notes e. Parent Contact Details Tabs Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 7
8 5. To add a new pupil manually, a. Click the button. b. A new blank row is added to the Pupil Grid. a. 6. The following fields are mandatory (indicated by*) and are located on the Child Identifiers tab. a. Date of Birth b. Sex The School Year field is calculated based on the entered Date of Birth (DoB). The DoB must be within the range set for the selected collection year. For example, the DoB for a child in Reception for 2015/16, must be in the range of 01/09/ /09/2011. The DoB for a child in Year 6 for 2015/16, must be in the range of 01/09/ /09/2005. The School URN is automatically entered for the selected school. 8 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
9 7. Once the two mandatory fields and any other pupil data have been completed in this, or in any of the other four tabs, either: a. Click OR b. Click to add more pupils. The data is automatically saved to the database when exiting a field. Any pupil records with invalid or missing data are shown with red shading and the invalid/missing data is highlighted with red borders. The reason for the error is shown if you hover the mouse pointer over the highlighted box. Examples of invalid data are: a. Empty mandatory field. b. A date outside the range set for the collection year. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 9
10 Delete a Pupil from the Pupil Grid To delete a pupil from a school: 1. From the NCMP Public Home page, click the Schools on the top menu. 2. Click the link for the school from which you want to remove a record. 3. The pupil grid for the selected school is shown. Click for the pupil to be deleted. 4. You will be requested to confirm the action. Click 10 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
11 Uploading Pupil Data into the NCMP IT System Data from other systems, such as Child Health Information Systems, can be uploaded into the NCMP IT system, saving time spent on data entry. When creating your CSV file it MUST adhere to the following rules: Be saved in CSV format with 22 columns of data in the exact order shown below. All columns must have field names in the first row. (The field names do not have to match exactly those field names shown below - e.g. you may use school number rather than SchoolUrn ) Do not enter any data except for a column heading in the first column. This column is for the NCMP system ID. If you want to add your own child ID number then please enter this in the third column. Columns can be empty of data except for date of birth, sex and school URN which must contain valid data for each pupil (shown with *): 1. Id 2. NHSNumber 3. PupilReference 4. FirstName 5. LastName 6. DateOfBirth* 7. Sex* 8. Address1 9. Address2 10. Address3 11. Address4 12. Address5 13. Postcode 14. SchoolUrn* 15. EthnicityCode 16. Height 17. Weight 18. DateOfMeasurement 19. NonMeasurementReasonCode see table on page Notes 21. Telephone 22. You can also export data from the system and amend/add data before re-uploading. In this case the field names and Id column will be populated (as shown below). Please do not change the Id numbers as these will be used to match the records that you are uploading with the records in the system. Sometimes, NHS Number is displayed with spaces in it, eg, If this is the case, please find and replace to locate the space (just hit space bar once, and replace with nothing in order to remove spaces). Example of CSV file Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 11
12 Data can also be uploaded from NCMP Data Entry Aids but this is a different process please see Producing Offline Data Capture Tools on page 25. The data is initially uploaded to a reviewing/staging area where the data are validated and any errors corrected. In addition to the two mandatory fields required (Date of Birth & Sex), the upload file must contain valid School URNs, otherwise the file will be rejected and the upload aborted. If all School URNs are valid, but some other data is invalid (e.g. Date of Birth), the data is uploaded and you can make the required corrections in a staging/preview grid before the upload is complete. Alternatively you can make the amendments in the source file and reupload the file into the system. There is no limit to the number of times you can upload the pupil file to the system, each upload will overwrite the previous matching pupil records. When you upload data for records that have previously been entered, either pre or postmeasurement, the system will match records using the following hierarchy (moving on to the next option if there is no data entered for the relevant field): 1. NCMP system ID (this is generated when records are exported from the system) 2. LA pupil reference 3. NHS number 4. first name, surname, sex and DOB When the system finds a match it will update any fields that have changed but blanks will not overwrite existing data. You can be confident to upload your records as long as you are content that any fields that are different in your new upload file will overwrite the data in the system. Uploading blank data does not overwrite existing data in the pupil grid. If you want to upload reasons for non-measurement, please use the following codes: 12 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
13 Upload Pupil Data 1. From the NCMP Public Home page, click Pupil Data in the top menu. 2. Click the button, to search for the CSV file to upload from your computer. 3. Navigate to and select the file to upload. 4. Click Open. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 13
14 5. The filename of the file to upload is shown, Click. 6. The uploaded data is shown in a staging/preview grid. Here you can review the data and correct any errors. You can: a. Change the number of pupils per screen. b. Sort the pupils by a specific field in ascending or descending order. c. Delete a pupil. 7. Correct any errors (see section Upload Errors on page 19) 8. If you are happy with the data and no errors are showing, click. Alternatively, to cancel the upload, click. a. b. c. 14 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
15 9. If you have completed the upload, you will then receive a report detailing the number of new pupils uploaded, existing pupils updated and the total records in the CSV file. 10. Click the View uploaded pupils link to see the new pupils added. 11. The list of uploaded pupils is shown. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 15
16 Large File Uploads Large file uploads (more than 1000 pupil records) will be processed as background tasks. This means that your computer will not be tied up while you wait for a file to upload, and you can navigate away and use other parts of the system or perform other tasks on your computer. 1. Select Pupil Data 2. Browse for file and select Upload 3. You will get the following message select Yes to continue 16 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
17 4. To view the progress of the upload select refresh the page 5. When the upload has been completed you will be able to download a file containing any errors select Download errors 6. The error reason will be displayed in column W of the downloaded file. The relevant corrections can then be made and the same file uploaded 7. You can confirm that the upload is complete and remove from the history by selecting the tick. Upon upload, the staging grid will not be shown for files containing more than 1000 records which means you won t have a chance to double check or preview the data when uploading. However when the upload has completed, the uploaded records together with errors will be shown in the Upload progress & history table and any records containing errors can be downloaded in the Data CSV file (via the Pupil data page, either by school or all pupils for LA). Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 17
18 Validation data rules Uploaded data is subjected to several checks (validation) to ensure the data uploaded is valid. The following table lists the data rules applied at this stage of the process (Premeasurement). More checks will apply at later stages. Any errors shown will need to be corrected in the staging/review area or in the source CSV file before the upload can be completed. Field Mandatory Rule First Name No Must be populated. Last Name No Must be populated. Date Of Birth Yes Must be populated with a valid date in dd/mm/yyyy format. DoB is within the range set for the school year. Sex Yes Valid responses: M, F, m, f, MALE, FEMALE, male, female, Male, Female. SchoolURN Yes When uploading child data, the school URN is required to assign the child to the correct school. If you are uploading measurement data as well as pupil data using a CSV file or the NCMP offline tool, the following table shows what rules are applied to the measurement data. Field Mandatory Rule Height Yes Must be populated. Weight Yes Must be populated. DateOfMeasurement Yes Must be populated with a valid date in dd/mm/yyyy format. Is within the range set for the school year. Is not a weekend date. Is not in August. 18 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
19 Upload Errors Upload errors occur due to: Missing data in mandatory fields. Other invalid data in the CSV upload file. The upload file must contain valid School URNs otherwise the file will be rejected as shown below. If all School URNs are valid, but some other data is invalid (e.g. Date of Birth) the system allows you to make the required corrections in a staging/preview grid before the upload is complete. Alternatively, you can make the amendments in the CSV source file and re-upload the file into the system. There is no limit to the number of times you can upload the pupil file to the system, each upload will overwrite the previous matching pupil records. If you choose to modify the data directly in the staging/preview grid and then re-upload the CSV file, your direct changes in the staging grid will be lost because the new upload will overwrite the previous matching pupil records. Examples of Upload errors Any pupil record where missing or invalid data has been encountered is shown with red shading and the missing/invalid data highlighted with red borders. To find out more details about the error, hover the mouse over each individual data error. Missing mandatory data Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 19
20 Date of birth is too young for Reception Date of birth is too old for Reception and too young for Year 6 If you are attempting to upload a large number of pupil records, some errors may appear further in the list. To view only records with errors: 1. In the staging/preview grid, click the link stating the number of errors which need correcting. 20 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
21 2. You ll then be shown a breakdown of the number of errors in each field. In the example below, there are 3 errors on the Date of Birth field and 2 errors on the Sex field. 3. Clicking an error count will apply a filter to only show records with errors in that field. Alternatively, click error count for All fields to show all errors. 4. The pupil records with errors in the selected field are shown. Make the necessary corrections. 5. When you ve resolved the highlighted errors, the red borders around the relevant fields are removed. If all errors for a pupil record are corrected, the red shading is also removed. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 21
22 It may take a few moments for the corrected data to show as valid. The edited field will be updated immediately upon exiting that field. 6. Click the Remove Filter link to return to the full pupil grid. 7. Repeat steps 1-6 for each field with errors until all errors have been corrected. Any warnings indicated by don t prevent pupil records from being uploaded. These can be either corrected or suppressed now, or at a later stage. 8. Once the link stating the number of errors which need correcting shows 0, click. 22 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
23 Upload warnings If the uploaded pupil data conforms to the validation rules described above, there is still a possibility that some of the data maybe incorrect. The system will indicate these as Warnings and places a next to each record that requires attention. The data that the warning refers to is highlighted with an amber coloured border. The pupil data that the warning refers to may be on one of the other tabs. You will need to click that tab (e.g., Address Details) to access the incorrect data. At this stage of the process, you will receive a warning if: a. The postcode of the child is empty. b. The postcode of the child is the same as the school. As it is possible for the child to have the same postcode as the school, you will be asked to confirm this. If you are also including measurement data in your upload, you may receive a warning if: a. Height is outside the expected range. b. Weight is outside the expected range. c. Calculated Clinical BMI Category (Centile) is outside of normal range. If your data contains values outside of expected ranges, you ll be asked to supress the warning, confirming the value (or a blank entry) is actually correct. Warnings at this stage may become errors at later stages. To view all warnings together, go to the Monitoring page and follow the data quality link. Scroll down to unsuppressed warnings and click on all unsuppressed warnings. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 23
24 Producing offline data capture tools The NCMP IT system provides the ability to prepare a number of offline tools for measurement capture, if no internet access is available to use the system in direct online mode. The tools available are: A Microsoft Excel data entry worksheet (blank or populated with pupil data) for downloading to a laptop or similar, for the purpose of recording measurement data electronically but offline (No internet). Once completed, the worksheet can be directly uploaded to the NCMP IT system at a later date when internet access is available. A paper measurement form (blank or populated with pupil data) for recording measurement data and inputting the results manually into the system at a later date when internet access is available. Download the excel data entry aid 1. From the NCMP Public Home page, click Schools on the top menu. 2. Your school list is shown. Click the Pupil Grid link for the school from which you want to download the Excel data entry aid. 24 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
25 3. Under the Data Entry Aid heading click either: a. Blank - to download an unpopulated data entry aid. b. Populated - to download a copy of the data entry aid populated with pupil data for the selected school. Populated Data Entry Aid Blank Data Entry Aid Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 25
26 4. The downloaded file should be saved in a folder on your computer s hard drive. This process varies depending on which operating system and which version of Microsoft Excel is being used. The following steps are shown using Microsoft Excel 2010 running on a Windows 7 operating system. 5. Click the File tab in Microsoft Excel. 6. Select Save As. 26 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
27 7. Select a location to save your file to & click Save. 8. Once the data entry aid has been completed, it can be uploaded directly back to the NCMP IT system as a Microsoft Excel file without being converted to a CSV file. 9. On the top menu, select Pupil Data. 10. On the Upload pupil list page, click the button, to search for the data entry aid to upload from your computer. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 27
28 11. Navigate to and select the data entry aid to upload and click Open. 12. The filename of the file to upload is shown, Click 13. The uploaded data is shown in a staging/preview grid. Here you can review the data and correct any errors (see section Upload Errors on page 19) 28 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
29 14. If you are happy with the data and no errors are showing, click. Alternatively, to cancel the upload, click. 15. If you have completed the upload, you will then receive a report detailing the number of new pupils uploaded, existing pupils updated and the total records in the data entry aid. 16. Click the View uploaded pupils link to see any new pupils added. There is no limit to the number of times you can upload the data entry aid to the system, each upload will overwrite the previous matching pupil records. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 29
30 Print a paper measurement form 1. From the NCMP Public Home page, click Schools on the top menu. 2. Your school list is shown. If there are many schools in the list you may need to scroll down the page to view them all. 3. Click the Pupil Grid link for the school from which you want to download the measurement form. 30 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
31 Under the Measurement Form heading click either: a. Blank - a new window opens showing the blank measurement form. b. Populated - a new window will open showing the populated measurement form. c. In both cases, click to print the forms. Populated Measurement Form Blank Measurement Form Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 31
32 Record NCMP participation opt-out The system provides the facility to capture the reason why a child has not been measured. This could be because of: Parental opt-out Child opt-out Absent Unable to stand on scales No longer at school Awaiting Consent School opt-out Other To record opt-out of NCMP measurement: 1. In the Schools page click the Pupil Grid link for the school where you want to record the pupil opt-out. 2. Click the Measurement tab. 32 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
33 3. Locate the relevant pupil you want to record the opt-out for. Click the button for that pupil. 4. In the dialog box, click the dropdown arrow to select a reason for the opt-out. 5. Click the button. You do not need to delete pupils from the system if they have not been measured, for whatever reason. You can leave these children in the system and it will automatically calculate the total number of nonmeasured children for the different reasons for non-measurement. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 33
34 Exporting pupil data files It is possible, at any time, to export all the data you have entered into the NCMP IT System to offline Excel files which can be used to update your own Child Health Systems and additional analysis you may be undertaking. Three files are available here. The Letter generation file is for use when you would like to produce parental feedback letters to parents. Full details can be found in #4 Generating Feedback Letters. Data file is all the information that you initially entered, but with no additional calculations produced by the system. The Combined file presents variables from both datasets which will enable you to carry out your own detailed analysis in one place without the need for additional data linkage. This file also provides BMI centile (PScore) to four decimal places and will enable you to extract this data without having to use the letter generation extract thereby allowing accurate tracking of parental feedback. Within the Pupil Data page: 1. Click on All pupils for local authority 2. Export Records: Data / Combined Or you can carry out this task by individual school: Within the Pupil Data page: 3. Click on By School 4. Click on the Pupil Grid for the chosen school 5. Export Records: Data / Combined Depending on the type of data you would like, you may choose to export the letter generation file. A CSV file will be produced even if you are not going to create any letters. Upon producing this file, an envelope symbol will appear beside each record that has been part of this letter generation file. 34 Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved.
35 Published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre Part of the Government Statistical Service Responsible Statistician Paul Niblett, Lifestyle Statistics Section Head For further information: Copyright 2016 Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. This work remains the sole and exclusive property of the Health and Social Care Information Centre and may only be reproduced where there is explicit reference to the ownership of the Health and Social Care Information Centre. This work may be re-used by NHS and government organisations without permission. Copyright 2016, Health and Social Care Information Centre. All rights reserved. 35
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