Simple PC based attendance booking is ideal for a school
West Yorkshire teachers are staging a one-day strike over plans to turn their school into an academy. Staff at Prince Henry's Grammar School are walking out because they fear the change could affect their pay and conditions. Head teacher Janet Sheriff said there was “no intention whatsoever” of changing terms of employment. Ms Sheriff stated the academy move would ensure the school got “good value for money”. Unions have given notice that 64 teachers will take part in the strike action.
WinTA PC Clock is a simple PC-based booking system from Tensor that requires no clocking stations and therefore is ideal for a school or college. PC Clock is also designed for companies where each employee has access to a PC. Pupils are simply presented with an input screen on their computer allowing them to ‘register’ or clock in and out. Tensor also supplies comprehensive automated smart card time and attendance clocking networks that report on employee absence, holiday entitlement and lateness.