New Feature from April 2016 Now you can easily create reports to parents! School Analytics now includes a set of report templates for each full term between year 1 and year 6 to allow you to create clear, concise and timely reports to parents with a minimum of fuss. Here’s an […]
Capita have confirmed that they won’t be adding p scales to their programme of study marksheets until after the SEN review. Meanwhile I’ve decided to integrate p scales in my School Analytics marksheets in response to many requests from schools who just can’t wait. The P-scales are added as a […]
Round where I live, in the north west of England, there has been one clear winner in the race to develop an ‘assessment without levels’ solution: Assertive Mentoring. Nearly half of the schools I’ve visited over the last year have requested SIMS assessment manager systems either based directly on Assertive […]
When I designed the new School Analytics system I was keen to incorporate a measure of progress into my new assessment manager marksheets. Even in the brave new world of assessment without levels, teachers tell me that they still need a measure of progress for the termly (or half termly) […]
The School Analytics system is easy to configure to fit with many of the different assessment frameworks used by schools. Several schools have asked me to re-configure the basic School Analytics system to use with Chris Quigley Milestones. Here’s an example screenshot from a recent system.
Several schools have asked us if we could include a column that calculates the points progress made since the start of the key stage. We are pleased to announce that our marksheet now have an extra column that calculates this value for each term or half term.