Unenrolling Students and Staff from Student Pulse

This article is for Pulse Coordinators.

When a student no longer attends the school, or when a staff member resigns, you can unenrol them from Student Pulse. This article outlines the steps in removing staff and students from Student Pulse.

Unenrolling a student

  1. Sign in to Pulse > Settings > Student Pulse > Enrolments.
  2. Find the student to be unenrolled by using the search bar (a, filtering by role (b), or scrolling through the list (c).

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Image 1: Finding a student in Student Pulse.

  1. Select the Delete icon (bin).

Image 2: Select the Delete icon for the student.

  1. Select OK on the confirmation pop-up.

Tip

You can unenroll a student by selecting the student’s row. Next, select Unenrol on the pop-up widget and then OK.

Unenrolling a staff member from Student Pulse

  1. Sign in to Pulse > Settings > Student Pulse > Enrolments.
  2. Find the staff member to be unenrolled by using the search bar (a), filtering by role (b), or scrolling through the list (c).

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Image 4: Finding staff members in Student Pulse

  1. Select the Delete icon (bin).

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Image 5: Select the Delete icon for the staff.

  1. Select OK on the confirmation pop-up.

Tip

You can unenrol a staff member by selecting their row. Next, select Unenrol on the pop-up widget then OK.

Unenrolling staff members by SIS sync

Wonde schools

Staff who are in your School Information System (SIS) are automatically synced into Pulse. If you manually delete a staff member in Pulse, they will be added back during the overnight Wonde sync and assigned the Staff Directory role. Staff who are not in Wonde can be manually added and removed from Pulse, though we recommend that enrolments are managed via your SIS.

Clever and ClassLink schools

Staff cannot be deleted during Clever or ClassLink sync, but their role can be downgraded to Staff Directory if they no longer require access to student check-in data. Follow the steps here.

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