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Guidance: SLASC 2020: technical specification

Department For Education

February 20
13:37 2020

School-level annual school census 2020: validation rules

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School-level annual school census 2020: validation rules

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This is technical information about submitting data for the school-level annual school census 2020.

Its for:

  • suppliers of software for school management information systems (MIS)
  • users of school MIS software

It applies to registered independent schools only.

The specification describes:

  • what data schools should supply
  • how to structure the data in XML

Software suppliers should use the list of validation rules so that schools can validate the data they submit.

You should also read the common basic data set. This defines common data items that schools use in MIS software and that we use in our data collections.

More guidance on submitting data for the school-level annual school census is available.

Published 26 June 2019
Last updated 20 February 2020 +show all updates
  1. Updated validation rules. Changes are described in the document's version history.

  2. Updated with latest version of the validation rules. Changes are described in the document's version history.

  3. Updated with latest version of the validation rules. Changes are described in the document's version history.

  4. First published.

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