See what's displayed on your profile page. Every user has a profile page which shows quick summaries of useful information about them. 

You can see your own profile by selecting your name in the top right, then choosing Your Profile from the drop-down. You can also browse other people's profiles either by selecting a class from your timetable or by typing a user's name in the search box. You'll only be able to view profiles that you have permission to access.

As standard, a profile page will display the following sections:

  • Key Facts
  • Blog
  • Posts, Comments & Edits
  • Tasks and Marked Work
  • Timetable

For example, your profile might look something like this:

For a full list of possible sections, please see the table below.

Section nameInformation displayed
Key FactsKey facts about you, such as your teachers and the groups you belong to.
BlogsLatest updates you've made to your personal blog.
AttendanceAttendance information since August 1st and attendance information for the current week. To view all your attendance information, select See more attendance information.
BehaviourBehaviour data since August 1st, behaviour data for the current week, and behaviour data for last week. To view all your behaviour data, select See more behaviour data.
ReportsReports for the current academic year. To view all your reports, select See More Reports.
Outstanding tasksTasks that are overdue. To view all your tasks, including those that aren't overdue, select View All Tasks.
Marks & FeedbackLatest marks and feedback you've received. To view all your marks and feedback, select View all marks & feedback.
Posts, Comments & EditsLatest posts, comments or edits made you've made. To view all of them, select View All Posts, Comments & Edits.
TimetableYour personal timetable. You can select a lesson to view the class profile, which shows outstanding tasks for the class as well as the posts, comments and edits they are making around the school's Firefly.
More informationLinks to your personal section and any personal blogs or pages you've created.