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You can set calendar events to:

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For example, if a day is going to start an hour later than the usual timetable but still run the same classes and periods, you can create a timetable definition with this later start time and use it to run that day's normal class schedule.

Normal Timetable

 

 

Calendar Event Timetable

 

 

8:30 - 9:30am

Period 1

English

9:30 - 10:30am

Period 1

English

9:30 - 10:30am

Period 2

Maths

10:30 - 11:30am

Period 2

Maths

10:30 - 10:45am

Recess

Recess

11:30 - 11:45

Recess

Recess

Note: Synergetic's attendance and timetable systems require accurate times and dates. Running classes at times different to the timetable definitions can cause errors. You can create definitions that are not included in the regular timetable for use in calendar events. See Timetable Maintenance - Timetable Definition tab.

Setting a new timetable definition and day

Timetable days are indicated by D# at the end of the Calendar Type, where # is the day number of the timetable. For example:

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  1. Check the timetable groups are created. See Timetable Maintenance - Timetable Group tab.
  2. Click the Calendar Events tab. See Timetable Maintenance - Calendar Events tab.
    The Calendar Events tab of the Timetable Maintenance window is displayed.
  3. Click .
    A new record is inserted before the highlighted record.
  4. Type the start date of the event in the CalendarDate field.
  5. Type the day code in the CalendarType field, including the timetable definition code. For example: SEN_D6=D4.
  6. Type the file type in the FileType field that applies to the timetable. This is usually A (academic) but other file types apply to co-curricular timetable groups.
  7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 for each new entry.