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CES Census 2019 (Catholic Schools in England and Wales)

KB-422783 – CES Return Error 1014
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Question
Routines | Statutory Returns | Schools CES Census

When running the CES Catholic Return error 1014 appears: “There are pupils without a religion”.

Answer
Unfortunately this error will not show for each individual student that does not have a religion. Run the Student Detail Report and check those that have ‘-‘ entered underneath Religion. The dash means they do not have one entered into their student record.

Go to to Focus | Student | Student Details and select the required student. In Panel 8 Ethnic/Cultural ensure that the correct Religion has been entered for the student for the duration of their time at the School.

In order to check this, click the ‘History’ button in Panel 8. Double click the orange bar next to Religion and a new window will pop-up. Then, locate the student’s Religion in the list and double click the orange bar. In the Start Date field, please enter the student’s Admission Date.

In Routines | Statutory Returns | Schools CES Census click ‘Create and Validate’ to resolve the error. It is also important to check the Student Detail Report once again, as the student’s should no longer have a ‘-‘ underneath Religion.

If no students have a ‘-‘ in the report then one of the Religions used in SIMS does not have an associated category. Go to Tools | Lookups | Maintain and open Home Religion. Each lookup that is currently active must have a category as the Catholic Education Service collect these. You will need to open each lookup that does not have a category and choose the suitable one. Once amended, please save and log out of SIMS so the changes take effect.

Log back in and ‘Create & Validate’ the return. Error 1014 should be resolved.

Updated 09/01/2019 at 11:20 – Fileset 1102 includes an improvement to the pupil detail report

The improvement to the pupil detail report ensures that the totals reported take account of the changes made by patch 24483.  All improvements provided by fileset 1101, including the correct to validation error 1005, are included in this new fileset.  Similarly, all improvements provided by fileset 1102 will be including an any future fileset in the 1100 series

Fileset 1102 is now available from SOLUS 3 and as a download from My Account.  Further details and the link to the download from Fileset_1102

Updated 17/12/2018 at 09:10 – Patch 24483 to correct mistakes related to enrolment status and to the classification of Polish ethnicity

This patch provides the following improvements.s

  1. Ensures that pupil enrolments status on census reference date is obtained from the history of changes rather than enrolment status as displayed for the current date.  This can be regarded as a relatively minor bug fix, as the old and new methods are unlikely to yield a different result.
  2. Ensures that pupils with an ethnicity of Polish are counted as ‘White Other’ rather than ‘Not Known’.  This is a more significant bug fix, as there are many pupils with an ethnicity of Polish attending Catholic schools.

Patch 24483 is available from SOLUS 3.  Further details are available from the Fileset_1102

Updated 21/11/2018 at 18:30 – Validation Error 1015 (The totals of pupils by ethnicity and pupils by religion are different)

Unfortunately, there was a mistake in our first version of the validation that will trigger this error message in most schools and there are no legitimate actions for schools to take to resolve this.

Our revised version of the validation corrects this mistake and has been included in Fileset 1101, which is now available from SOLUS 3 and as a download from My Account.  Further details and the link to the download from Fileset_1102

Added 08/11/2018 at 12:40 – Census reference date

  • England: 17/01/2019 (in line with School Census Spring 2019)
  • Wales: 15/01/2019 (in line with PLASC 2019)

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